List of Roman triumphal arches
- 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. Triumphal arches were constructed across the Roman Empire and are an archetypal example of Roman architecture. 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.
Destroyed Roman archesEdit
Note: MUR stands for the 12th century Mirabilia Urbis Romae
|Image||Name||Date of construction||Date destroyed||Modern city||Modern country||Notes||Citation|
|Arch of Arcadius, Honorius and Theodosius||405 AD||1362–1370||Rome||Italy||MUR, p. 10.|
|Arch of Augustus||29 BC||Rome||Italy||Some fragments survive|
|Arch of Claudius||51–52 AD||Rome||Italy||Some fragments survive||MUR, p. 12.|
|Arch of Faustinus||After 12th century||Rome||Italy||MUR, p. 13.|
|Arch of Gratian, Valentinian and Theodosius||379–383 AD||c. 13th century||Rome||Italy||MUR, p. 10.|
|Arch of Lentulus and Crispinus||2nd century AD||15th century||Rome||Italy|
|Arch Manus Carnae (Hand of Flesh)||After 12th century||Rome||Italy||MUR, p. 13.|
|Arch of Nero||58–62 AD||c. 1st century AD||Rome||Italy|
|Arcus Novus||293–304 AD||1491||Rome||Italy||Some reliefs survive|
|Arch of Octavian or Marcus Aurelius||After 12th century||Rome||Italy||MUR, p. 12.|
|Arch of Octavius||c. 28 BC||Rome||Italy|
|Arch Panis Aurei or Aureus (Golden)||After 12th century||Rome||Italy||MUR, p. 13.|
|Arch of Pietas||After 12th century||Rome||Italy||MUR, p. 13.|
|Arch of Portugal||c. 3rd century AD||1662||Rome||Italy||Some reliefs preserved at the Capitoline Museums||MUR, p. 10.|
|Arch of Tiberius||16 AD||Rome||Italy||Some foundations still survive|
|Arch of Titus||81 AD||After 15th century||Rome||Italy||Some fragments still survive||MUR, p. 11.|
|Monumental Arch||3rd century AD||October 2015||Palmyra||Syria||Most of the stonework is still intact|
|Arch of Theodosius||393 AD||6th–8th centuries||Istanbul||Turkey||Some fragments still survive|
|Arch at Richborough Castle||c. 1st century AD||Richborough||United Kingdom||Foundations and mound still visible|
- Anonymous (1889). English Translation of 12th century Text; Translation by Francis Morgan Nichols (ed.). Mirabilia Urbis Romae or Marvels of Rome or a Picture of the Golden City. Ellis and Elvey, London; Spithoever, Rome.