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AWIB-ISAW: The Arch of Janus (II)

This early-4th-century arch was built in the Velabrum area, possibly in honor of Constantine. It is the only surviving quadrifrons (four-fronted) arch in Rome. by R Rumora (2012)

copyright: 2012 R Rumora (used with permission)

photographed place: Roma (Rome) [pleiades.stoa.org/places/423025]

 

Published by the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World as part of the Ancient World Image Bank (AWIB). Further information: [www.nyu.edu/isaw/awib.htm].

AWIB-ISAW: The Arch of Janus (I)

This early-4th-century arch was built in the Velabrum area, possibly in honor of Constantine. It is the only surviving quadrifrons (four-fronted) arch in Rome. by R Rumora (2012)

copyright: 2012 R Rumora (used with permission)

photographed place: Roma (Rome) [pleiades.stoa.org/places/423025]

 

Published by the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World as part of the Ancient World Image Bank (AWIB). Further information: [www.nyu.edu/isaw/awib.htm].

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A shot from the Palatine Hill towards the Forum Boarium. The round temple is probably the Temple of Hercules Victor built by Lucius Mummius Achaicus.

 

In front of that is a partial view of the so-called Arch of Janus, a quadrifons arch from the early 4th century CE.

A shot from the Palatine Hill towards the Forum Boarium. The round temple is probably the Temple of Hercules Victor built by Lucius Mummius Achaicus.

 

In front of that is a partial view of the so-called Arch of Janus, a quadrifons arch from the early 4th century CE.