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An ancient Roman arch which once carried an aqueduct, on the Via di S. Paolo della Croce (which is the ancient Roman road Clivus Scauri -- a few minutes walk later on the road is covered by the buttresses of a nearby church and is...More
Arco di Dolabella e Silano was built 10AD by consuls Publius Cornelius Dolabella and Gaius Junius Silano, there is a very faint inscription still visible with this information. It was part of the Servian Wall/Republican Wall, built 4th century BC and it is thought this...More
Came across this whilst making our way to the Coloseum. It is nothing special and not worth hunting out unless you are interested in architecture and even then am not certain it is any different from others in Rome.
Walked through this archway during visit to Rome, and didn't know it was anything special until saw it on TripAdvisor. It may be interesting for history buffs, but for anyone else it is just another archway in a wall. There is a lot of interesting...More