The Arch of Constantine
~ The Arch of Constantine ~
<Tab/>Triumphal Arches existed very early in Roman world. The first commemorative arches to be recorded date as early as 2nd century BC. However, after the principate of Augustus and his successors, the triumphal arches became a convention of the Imperial scene or "new-fangled invention" as described by Pliny The Elder in 1st ct AD.
This essay is based on one of the greatest triumphal arches of the Roman Empire-The Arch of Constantine. (figure 1) In the first part we will introduce the battle of the Milvian Bridge, whose outcome le…
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