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Arch of Constantine

This arch is located in the Roman Forum, in between the Colosseum and the Palatine Hill. It was dedicated to Constantine by the Senate in 315 A.D. to commemorate ten years in imperial power. It’s 21 meters high and 25.6 meters wide, making it the largest remaining Roman triumphal arch, and it is split into three arches. A large portion of the arch…

The Arch of Constantine

Located along the Via Triumphalis in Rome and situated between the Colosseum and the Temple of Venus and Rome, The Arch of Constantine was erected in 315 C.E. and commemorates the Roman Emperor Constantine's victory over the Roman tyrant Maxentius [better: "the Roman emperor Maxentius," labeled by Constantine as a tyrant] at the battle of Milivian…