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Arch of Titus
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Arch of Titus

The arch of Titus in the Forum Romanum
Detail of the Arch of Titus
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Detail of the Arch of Titus

Detail shot of the Arch of Titus in the Forum Romanum.
Obelisk of  Titus Sextius Africanus
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Obelisk of Titus Sextius Africanus

This rose granite obelisk was found in Rome. Roman period, circa 50 CE. (State Museum of Egyptian Art, Munich, Germany).
The Capture of Jerusalem Panel of the Franks Casket
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The Capture of Jerusalem Panel of the Franks Casket

This is the back panel of the Franks/Auzon Casket. This panel depicts the capture of the city of Jerusalem in 70 CE by the Roman general (later Emperor) Titus. The inscription on this panel appears as a mixture of Old English, Latin, runes...
Altar Dedicated to St. Mary Magdalene
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Altar Dedicated to St. Mary Magdalene

Detail from an altar dedicated to Saint Mary Magdalene in the crypt of the Abbey of Saint Victor in Marseille, France. It was carved in the 8th century CE by Pierre Puget, a well-known Marseillais sculptor, to cover the sarcophagus of St...
Inner Archway, Arch of Titus
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Inner Archway, Arch of Titus

The coffered vault or intrados of the Triumphal Arch of Titus, erected in c. 81 CE by Domitian to commemorate his brother Titus' campaigns in the Jewish War (70-71 CE). The central figure is the deified Titus. Forum Romanum, Rome.
Memorial Dedicated to Titus Flavius Fruendus
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Memorial Dedicated to Titus Flavius Fruendus

Memorial dedicated to Titus Flavius Fruendus by his heirs. Titus Flavius Fruendus and his three heirs were frumentarii (literally, corn-officers) in the 8th and 22nd legions. They served on detached duty and were employed on various missions...
Domitian
Definition by Donald L. Wasson

Domitian

Domitian was Roman Emperor from 81 to 96 CE and his reign, although one of relative peace and stability, became engulfed in both fear and paranoia. His death at the hands of those who were closest to him brought an end to the short dynasty...
Vespasian
Definition by Donald L. Wasson

Vespasian

Vespasian was Roman emperor from 69 to 79 CE. Vespasian was the last of the four emperors who governed the Roman Empire in the year 69 CE. The previous three had died either by murder or suicide. Unlike Galba, Otho and Vitellius, Vespasian...
Roman Forum
Definition by Mark Cartwright

Roman Forum

The Roman Forum or Forum Romanum of ancient Rome was the bustling religious, administrative, legal, and commercial heart of the city from the 7th century BCE onwards. Made increasingly grandiose and ceremonial in function by the Imperial...