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Arco di Tito, Rome

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#59 of 459 in Historic Sites in Rome
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  • Once through the turnstiles, this is the first monument that welcomes you at the Roman Forum and I loved it. Much smaller than the arch of Constantine but the art on the arch is amazing and I could ha...  more »
  • The impressive appearance on this sheet is loaded with treasures (candlestick chandeliers, Golden trumpets, Ark of the Covenant?), the relief that shows the "victorious homecoming" of the Roman soldiers from Jerusalem, after it there (70 A.d.) the Jewish revolt crushed and destroyed the temple, and have deprived. Today the temple is not again - to on the wailing wall!
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  • It's not every day you can see three triumph arches in a row, but in Rome it is unique. Arco di Tito is also decorated with beautiful reliefs. Its history is also interesting. This is a bit smaller than the other two and is located almost in the middle between two men — Septimius Severus-loop and Constantin Arch. It was built in honor of Vespasian and Titus campaign in Palestine.
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  • This arch depicts the siege of Jerusalem and the destruction of the Temple in 70 A.D. Looking up, you’ll see images of Roman soldiers plundering the religious treasures of the Jews after destroying the Temple. The arch depicts this as a great victory, while Believers would say otherwise. This arch fulfills prophecy, including Mark 13:2. Wow! Imposing structure at one end of the Roman Forum, on the Via Sacra. It can easily be seen from outside the Forum, from the area near the Capitoline Hill. It was erected towards the end of the first century by emperor Domitian after the death of his brother Titus, to honour him and his successes in various battles. It is a well constructed arch with some really lovely details. It is worth visiting and having a close look at it, especially for those who love history, art and architecture. It was fascinating reading the informational sign about the arch. Viewing the siege of Judea from Roman eyes was different for me just because I had learned about this part of history via supplemental Bible study in regards to Jewish Christians who fled ahead of the destruction. It's definitely interesting from a general historical view.
  • Eventhough it's been restored, probably the most complete artifact in the Roman Forum. There are interesting facts about some of the inscriptions and drawings on it. Quick fact: Nike bought the rights to their 'swoosh' sign from one of these inscriptions for $25.
  • Was in the cgp latin books. 10x more interesting if u know the history behind it.
  • This was built in 70ad and it is cool to see some of the old inscriptions that have held up for thousands of years
  • Definitely get a guide to explain what everything is to you, or at least clue yourself up beforehand. Beautiful architecture nonetheless.

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