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WHA_2874PC

Relief detail from The Arch of Constantine, a triumphal, or victory arch in Rome. It is positioned between the Collosseum and the Palatine Hill. It commemorates Emperor Constantine's victory in the Battle of Milvian Bridge in the early 4th century AD. It was dedicated in 315 AD and features reliefs/friezes documenting previous Emperors and victory figures.

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Relief detail from The Arch of Constantine, a triumphal, or victory arch in Rome. It is positioned between the Collosseum and the Palatine Hill. It commemorates Emperor Constantine's victory in the Battle of Milvian Bridge in the early 4th century AD. It was dedicated in 315 AD and features reliefs/friezes documenting previous Emperors and victory figures.