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Arches of Marcus Aurelius, Rome (Photo Archive)

Arches of Marcus Aurelius

Two lost arches dedicated to emperor Marcus Aurelius Rome / Italy

Two ancient triumphal arches dedicated to the emperor Marcus Aurelius have been completely lost. Nothing is known about where they stood.

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.

Links

LacusCurtius: Platner: A Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome

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Last changed 2003-08-06

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