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ROMAN ARCHITECTURE & MONUMENTS II: Monuments
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triumphal arch Arch of Titus Rome interior of arch: 50.5’ c. 81 CE inscription: SENATVS POPVLVSQVE∙ROMANVS DIVO∙TITO∙DIVI∙VESPASIANI∙F VESPASIANO∙AVGVSTO From the Senate and People of Rome to the divine Titus  Vespasianus Augustus, son of the  divine Vespasian ." 2
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Sacking the Temple of Jerusalem (70 CE), detail from the Arch of Titus. Panel: Marble, 7’10’ h. 3
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Sacking the Temple of Jerusalem (70 CE), detail from the Arch of Titus. Panel: Marble, 7’10’ h. 4
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Arch of Septimus Severus Forum, Rome c. 203 CE 5
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Arc de Triomphe Paris built 1806 by Emperor Napoleon 6
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Triumphal Arch Washington Square New York City built 1885 Built to commemorate  the 100 th  anniversary of  the  inauguration of George  Washington. 7
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India Gate New Delhi, India built 1931 138’ tall Built to commemorate 
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Unformatted text preview: the British Indian Army soldiers who died in WWI. 8 Ara Pacis Augustae . Altar to the Pax Romana. Dedicated July 4, 13 BCE. Marble. Walls: 34’5” x 23’. Original site: the Campus Martius, a field adjacent to Temple of Mars in the Augustan Forum. 9 Procession of the imperial family at the dedication of the altar. Panel from the Ara Pacis Augustae . 10 Procession of senators at the dedication of the altar. Panel from the Ara Pacis Augustae . 11 Aeneas sacrificing to the gods. Panel from the Ara Pacis Augustae . (Augustus was trying to promote the idea that he was Aeneas reincarnated.) 12 Personification of Prosperity (or Pax?). Panel from the Ara Pacis Augustae . Suggests return to reign of Saturn. (Reconstruction) 13...
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