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Arh 3-21 - Arch of Titus - p.193 (7-37) Rome, Italy, after AD 81. o Erected by his brother for him o Erected in a very prominent place o Covered in relief sculpture, engaged columns o Was erected to show Titus’s divinity o Relief shows actual events Arch of Titus, Spoils of Jerusalem –p.193 (7-38) Internal passageway, after AD81. 7’ 10” Roman soldiers carrying spoils of war Trumpets and menorah SPQR- The senate and people of Rome Arch of Titus, Triumph of Titus – p.194 (7-39) Internal passageway, after AD 81. Titus in his quadria- chariot pulled by 4 horses Rods bound together with axe sticking out – Facis Documents an actual historical event and Titus’s good will o apotheosis -Elevated to the rank of gods or the ascent to heaven. Show in the top of the arch o All of his actions were approved by the senate - 2 nd century AD Rome has its greatest political influence and greatest boarders, boarders are expanded - Trajan 98-117 AD- General born in Spain; first non Italian to rule Spain. People
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