List of ancient Roman triumphal arches

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For the history of triumphal arches, see Triumphal arch.
For post-Roman triumphal arches, see List of post-Roman triumphal arches.

This is a list of Roman triumphal arches. All currently surviving Roman arches date from the imperial period (1st century BC onwards). They were preceded by honorific arches set up under the Roman Republic, none of which survive. Triumphal arches were constructed across the Roman Empire and remain one of the most iconic examples of Roman architecture.

List

Image Name Date Modern city Modern country
[1] Arc de Carpentras 018 18 - 19 AD Carpentras France
Pont Flavien !9988 12 BC Saint-Chamas France
Triumphal Arch of Orange !9973 27 BC - 14 AD Orange France
Porte de Mars 200 3rd century AD Reims France
Arch of Glanum 010 10 - 25 AD Saint Rémy de Provence France
Arch of Germanicus 018 18 - 19 AD Saintes France
Arch of Galerius 298 298 - 299 AD Thessaloniki Greece
Hadrian's Arch 131 131 - 132 AD Athens Greece
Arch of Trajan 113 113 AD Ancona Italy
Arch of Trajan 114 114 AD Benevento Italy
Arch of Augustus !9965 35 BC Aosta Italy
Arch of Hadrian x Santa Maria Capua Vetere Italy
Arch of Augustus 009 9 AD ca. Fano Italy
Arch of Augustus !9973 27 BC Rimini Italy
Arch of Constantine 312 312-315 AD Rome Italy
Arch of Drusus !9991 9 BC Rome Italy
Arch of Gallienus 262 262 AD Rome Italy
Arch of Septimius Severus 203 203 AD Rome Italy
Arch of Titus 082 82 AD Rome Italy
Arch of Augustus !9992 8 BC Susa Italy
Arco dei Gavi 050 ~50 AD Verona Italy
x Arch of Tiberius 035 35 AD Khoms Libya
Arch of Septimius Severus 146 146 - 211 AD Khoms Libya
Roman arch of Medinaceli x Medinaceli Spain
Arch of Cabanes x Castellón Spain
100px Arch of Septimus Severus 183 183 AD Latakia Syria
Arch of Septimius Severus 200 3rd century AD Palmyra Syria
Arch of Theodosius 393 393 AD Istanbul Turkey
Arch of Trajan x Timgad Algeria
Triumphal Arch x Tyre Lebanon
Heidentor (Pagan gate) 354 354 - 361 AD Petronell-Carnuntum Austria
Triumphal Arch 200 3rd century AD Volubilis Morocco
Arch of the Sergii !9971 29 - 27 BC Pula Croatia
Porte Noire 100 100s AD Besançon France
South Gate x Anazarbus Turkey
Hadrian's Gate 100 100s AD Antalya Turkey
Arc de Berà !9987 ~13 BC Roda de Barà Spain
Arch of Janus 300 4th century AD Rome Italy
x Arch of Augustus, Rome !9971 29 BC Rome Italy
Roman Arch !9967 33 BC Trieste Italy
Triumphal Arch of the Tetrarchy 300 ~300 AD Sbeitla Tunisia
Arch of Alexander Severus 222 222 - 235 AD Dougga Tunisia
Arch of Septimius Severus 205 205 AD Dougga Tunisia
Arch of Caracalla 216 216 AD Djémila Algeria
Arch of Hadrian 129 129 - 130 AD Jerash Jordan
Arch of Marcus Aurelius 163 AD Tripoli Libya
Arch of Drusus 14 14 - 37 AD Spoleto Italy

Destroyed Roman arches

Citation Name Date destroyed Modern city Modern country
MUR, p. 10. Arch of Arcadius, Honorius, and Theodosius III 1362-1370 Adjacent to St Celsus, Rome Italy
MUR, p. 10. Arch of Theodosius I, Valentinian I, and Gratian After 1400s Near Ponte Sant'Angelo, Rome Italy
MUR, p. 11. Arch of Titus in Circus Maximus After 1400s Circus Maximus, Rome Italy
MUR, p. 11-12. Arch of Octavian or Marcus Aurelius After 1100s Via Flaminia (Via della Vite), Rome Italy
MUR, p. 12. Arch of Claudius After 1100s Near Palazzo Sciarra, across Via Flaminia, Rome Italy
MUR, p. 13. Arch Manus Carnae (Hand of Flesh) After 1100s Between San Marco and Clivus Argentarius, Rome Italy
MUR, p. 13. Arch Panis Aurei or Aureus (Golden) After 1100s Capitoline Hill Italy
MUR, p. 13. Arch of Faustinus After 1100s Aventine Hill near Santa Sabina, Rome Italy
MUR, p. 13. Arch of Piety After 1100s Outside Santa Maria in Aquiro, Rome Italy

See also

Source

fr:Liste des arcs romains

mk:Листа на римски триумфални арки

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