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General Information

Name in local language: Arco di Augusto
Beginning of works: 9 B.C.
Completion: 8 B.C.
Status: disused

Project Type

Structure: Arch
Function / usage: Triumphal / monumental arch
Material: Masonry structure
Architectural style: Roman

Location

Location: , , ,
Address: via degli Archi
Coordinates: 45° 8' 9.70" N    7° 2' 34.63" E
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Technical Information

Dimensions

arch height 13.03 m
arch width 11.93 m

Materials

arch marble

Notes

Dedicatory inscription in the attic: "IMP · CAESARI · AVGVSTO · DIVI · F · PONTIFICI · MAXVMO · TRIBVNIC · POTESTATE · XV · IMP · XIII M · IVLIVS · REGIS · DONNI · F · COTTIVS · PRAEFECTVS · CEIVITATIVM · QVAE · SVBSCRIPTAE · SVNT · SEGOVIORVM · SEGVSINORVM BELACORVM · CATVRIGVM · MEDVLLORVM · TEBAVIORVM · ADANATIVM · SAVINCATIVM · ECDINIORVM · VEAMINIORVM VENISAMORVM · IEMERIORUM · VESVBIANIORVM · QVADIATIVM · ET · CEIVITATES · QVAE · SVB · EO · PRAEFECTO · FVERVNT" can be translated as "Marcus Julius Cottius, son of King Donnus, leader of the following communities: the Segovii, Segusini, Belaci, Caturiges, Medulli, Tebavii, Adanates, Savincates, Ecdinii, Veaminii, Venisamores, Iemerii, Vesubianii, and Quadiates, and the (aforementioned) communities who were under this leader (dedicated this arch) to Imperator Caesar Augustus, son of a god, Pontifex Maximus, awarded tribunician power 15 times, and acclaimed Imperator 13 times".

Participants

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  • About this
    data sheet
  • Structure-ID
    20077217
  • Published on:
    08/04/2019
  • Last updated on:
    28/05/2021