TitusRoman Emperor (79-81 CE) Romans / Historical Persons
Titus Flavius Vespasianus (39-81 CE) was the second emperor of the Flavian dynasty. He was the oldest son of Vespasian, whom he succeeded in 79.
Titus was an able general and had a major role in the defeat of the Jewish rebellion of 66-70 and the sacking of Jerusalem and the destruction of the Jewish temple in 70. This feat is commemorated by the Arch of Titus at the entrance to the Forum Romanum in Rome.
Titus was succeeded by his brother Domitian.
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The pictures above are taken in the following locations:
- Palazzo Nuovo, Capitoline Museums, Campidoglio, Rome, Italy (2 photographs - prints not available )
- Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen, Denmark (2 photographs - prints not available )
- Arch of Titus - Triumphal arch celebrating the conquest of Jerusalem by Vespasian and Titus (Forum Romanum, Rome, Italy)
- Domitian - Roman Emperor (81-96 CE) (Romans, Historical Persons)
- Forum Romanum - The Roman Forum was the political and religious centre in ancient Rome (Rome, Italy)
- Vespasian - Roman Emperor (69-79 CE), founder of the Flavian dynasty (Romans, Historical Persons)
- Domus Flavia (Palatine Hill, Rome, Italy)
- Temple of Vespasian and Titus - Temple of the deified emperors built by Domitian (Forum Romanum, Rome, Italy)
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