Arches of Marcus AureliusTwo lost arches dedicated to emperor Marcus Aurelius Rome / Italy
The Capitoline Museum houses some reliefs from an arch of Marcus Aurelius.
Eight reliefs from the other arch are now on the Arch of Constantine, placed on the sides of the attic.
- Arch of Constantine - Triumphal arch celebrating the victory of Constantine I over Maxentius, 312 CE (Rome, Italy)
- Marcus Aurelius - Roman Emperor (Romans, Historical Persons)
- Reliefs from an arch of Marcus Aurelius (Palazzo dei Conservatori, Capitoline Museums, Campidoglio, Rome, Italy)
- Triumphal Arches - The Romans used arches to celebrate military victory (Architecture, Lexicon)
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