Pictures of Ancient Rome – Triumphal arch

This print of a triumphal parade in Rome is taken from “The Antiquities of Rome” printed in 1731.The image shows an ancient Roman triumphal parade and the various characters forming part of it, with the signs of power (the fasces) and trumpeters leading the way, followed by the images of the cities taken, the war booty and prisoners of note and then by the glorious general followed by his troops.

An ancient Roman triumph parade through a triumphal arch like the arch of Constantine (this thumbnail is a section!) Several triumphal arches pictures are shown further below.


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