List of 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.
Destroyed Roman arches
- Note: MUR stands for the 12th century Mirabilia Urbis Romae
|Citation||Name||Date destroyed||Modern city||Modern country|
|MUR, p. 10.||Arco di Portogallo, Hadrian||mid 16th century||Via del Corso (Via Lata), Rome||Italy|
|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 15th century||Near Ponte Sant'Angelo, Rome||Italy|
|MUR, p. 11.||Arch of Titus in Circus Maximus||After 15th century||Circus Maximus, Rome||Italy|
|MUR, p. 11-12.||Arch of Octavian or Marcus Aurelius||After 12th century||Via Flaminia (Via della Vite), Rome||Italy|
|MUR, p. 12.||Arch of Claudius||After 12th century||Near Palazzo Sciarra, across Via Flaminia, Rome||Italy|
|MUR, p. 13.||Arch Manus Carnae (Hand of Flesh)||After 12th century||Between San Marco and Clivus Argentarius, Rome||Italy|
|MUR, p. 13.||Arch Panis Aurei or Aureus (Golden)||After 12th century||Capitoline Hill||Italy|
|MUR, p. 13.||Arch of Faustinus||After 12th century||Aventine Hill near Santa Sabina, Rome||Italy|
|MUR, p. 13.||Arch of Piety||After 12th century||Outside Santa Maria in Aquiro, Rome||Italy|
|Arch of Septimius Severus||October 4, 2015||Palmyra||Syria|
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