Arc de Tite, from Les Plus Beaux Monuments de Rome Ancienne ou Recueil des plus beaux Morceaux de l'Antiquité Romaine qui existent encore

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Plate 17, View of the Arch of Titus, in the Roman Forum, with the Temple of Venus and Roma (identified in inscription as Temple of Sun and Moon) and the Colosseum visible through the arch's center. Below this plate is a smaller image, titled "Fragmens d'aprés l'Antique," with two fragments of friezes. These two images appear facing page 23, the first of two pages of text describing the Arch.

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