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Arcus Drusi: see separate page.
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Arcus Drusi et Germanici: see separate page. Arcus Fabiorum: see Fornix Fabiorum. Vito, close to the church of the same name. The existing single arch is of travertine, 8. The piers which support it are 1. Beneath the spring of the arch on each side is a simple cornice. Arcus Gordiani: see Castra Praetoria.
It stood close to the pons Aelius , and probably spanned its southern approach. It was destroyed in the fourteenth century, but some traces of it were visible in the sixteenth Eins. Fabre-Duchesne, II.
Arcus Hadriani: see Arco di Portogallo. Arcus Julii: see my note below. This inscription is precisely like that VI.
Whether this arch belonged to an extension of the Marcia or Appia is, however, uncertain. Flavius Blondus, who saw this arch destroyed about the middle of the fifteenth century Roma Instaurata I. Lanciani was led by the similarity of the inscriptions to attribute them to the same conduit, a branch of the Marcia : but if this were so, we should have an arch in the middle of the conduit constructed and accepted probare is the word used eight years later than an arch at the end.
It seems better therefore to attribute this arch to the Appia , especially as this arch stood at its terminal point.
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The fragments of a relief found at this point in the sixteenth century, and now in the Villa Medici, probably came from this arch. Arcus Octavii: an arch on the Palatine which Augustus is said to have erected in honour of his father Plin. Some fragments found in the middle of the sixteenth century may have belonged to this arch Vacca, Mem. The aedicula with a statue on top of the arch was without parallel in Rome, so far as we know Gardthausen, Augustus und seine Zeit I.
It stood on the north side of the Pantheon, perhaps in the line of the enclosing porticus.
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He further points out that the name was used for various other arches in the Middle Ages — perhaps the Arcus ad Isis , and certainly the arch of Titus. The inscription, though it cannot be a literal transcript, may be the echo of a genuine one see Arcus Augusti. Arcus Pompeii: mentioned by Magister Gregorius in the twelfth century.
Its sculptures represented his triumph with a long train of waggons laden with spoils. Petrarch, Ep. Arcus Tiberii: see separate page. Arcus de Tosectis: the name given to a marble arch in the Anon.