Turner left Rome sometime in mid to late December and travelled on to Florence. This page contains four sketches which were probably drawn en route from a moving vehicle, retracing part of the road which Turner had taken in September on his journey south towards Rome from Ancona. Despite the rough nature of the drawings, annotations by the artist suggest that they depict views of near the stage post of Le Vene and the vale of the River Clitumnus. The small hill with a cluster of buildings on the crest may represent the town of Trevi. Sketches related to these sites dating from the outward journey to Rome can be found in the Ancona to Rome sketchbook (see Tate D14720 and D14722–D14726; Turner Bequest CLXXVII 35 and 36–38).