Dacian Prisoners, Arch of Constantine

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Mark Cartwright
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published on 09 June 2013

A detail from the Arch of Constantine I in Rome. Dedicated in 315 CE, the triumphal arch celebrates the emperor's victory over the Roman tyrant Maxentius in 312 CE. Between two Dacian prisoners taken from an earlier monument to Trajan, are two sculpted 3x2 m panels (of 8 in total) which were taken from a now lost monument in honour of Marcus Aurelius (c. 176 BCE).


About the Author

Mark Cartwright
Mark is a history writer based in Italy. Surrounded by archaeological sites, his special interests include ancient ceramics, architecture, and mythology. He holds an MA in Political Philosophy and is the Publishing Director at AHE.

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APA Style

Cartwright, M. (2013, June 09). Dacian Prisoners, Arch of Constantine. Ancient History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.ancient.eu/image/1269/

Chicago Style

Cartwright, Mark. "Dacian Prisoners, Arch of Constantine." Ancient History Encyclopedia. Last modified June 09, 2013. https://www.ancient.eu/image/1269/.

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Cartwright, Mark. "Dacian Prisoners, Arch of Constantine." Ancient History Encyclopedia. Ancient History Encyclopedia, 09 Jun 2013. Web. 18 Apr 2019.

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