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[Arch of Constantine: image from book (Rome, Italy)]
[Arch of Constantine: Attic South, Lustratio panel, detail (Rome, Italy)]
[Arch of Constantine: Marcus Aurelius Attic North, Liberalitas and Clementia panel, left side, details (Rome, Italy)]
[Arch of Constantine: Marcus Aurelius Attic North, Liberalitas and Clementia panel, right side, details (Rome, Italy)]
[Arch of Constantine: frieze of Constantine, Liberalitas Attic panel, details from scene of gifts distribution the public (Rome, Italy)]
[Arch of Constantine: frieze of Constantine, details from north side, Constantine addressing the citizens of Rome at the Rostra, figure shown completely frontally, surrounded by men in togas (Rome, Italy)]
[Arch of Constantine: Marcus Aurelius Attic Panel, North, detail from the Liberalitas frieze centered upon Marcus Aurelius and his son Commodus after their joint victory of 176 (Rome, Italy)]
[Arch of Constantine: frieze of Constantine, north side, scene depicting Constantine addressing the citizens of Rome at the Rostra, details on the figure of Constantine taking center stage (Rome, Italy)]
[Arch of Constantine: frieze of Constantine, north side, scene depicting Constantine addressing the citizens of Rome at the Rostra, details of the men in togas (Rome, Italy)]
[Arch of Constantine: Tondi of Hadrian, north side, roundel 4, the sacrifice to Hercules, a small figure of Victory appears at Hercules left side (Rome, Italy)]
[Arch of Constantine: frieze of Constantine, details from north side, men in togas (Rome, Italy)]
[Arch of Constantine: Tondi of Hadrian, roundel 3, a lion hunt, possibly depicting Licinius (Rome, Italy)]
[Pons Neronianus, from bank near Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, looking straight down and then accross river (Rome, Italy)]
[Pons Neronianus, through modern bridge of Vittorio Emanuele II: ancient base in foreground (Rome, Italy)]
[Arch of Constantine: Marcus Aurelius Attic Panel, Rex Datus frieze, South face panel depicts enemy soldiers dragged before the emperor in the field, as indicated by the tree on the right side of the image (Rome, Italy)]
[Arch of Constantine: Tondi of Constantine, North face, first roundel, relief shows a boar hunt, the figure at top left appears to be Antinous, the recarved emperor's head is identified as Constantine (Rome, Italy)]
[Arch of Constantine: frieze of Constantine, north side, scene depicting the Rostra, details of the Basilica Julia on the left side and of the Arch of Septimius Severus on the right, five columns appear directly behind the Rostra (Rome, Italy)]
[Arch of Constantine: frieze of Constantine, panel shows details from the battle of the Milvian Bridge (Rome, Italy)]
[Arch of Constantine: details from the River Gods reliefs (Rome, Italy)]
[Arch of Constantine: Aurelian relief, North face, panel 4, detail from the Clementia scene (Rome, Italy)]
[Arch of Constantine: detail from vault relief (Rome, Italy)]
[Arch of Constantine: Marcus Aurelius Attic Panel, North, detail from the Clementia frieze centered on Marcus Aurelius seating on a tall stool (sella castrensis) with his right-hand man Pompeianus standing at his side (Rome, Italy)]
[Arch of Constantine: Marcus Aurelius Attic South, Lustratio panel, detail of youg man beside the sheep which will be sacrificed in the rite called the Suovetaurilia (Rome, Italy)]
[Arch of Constantine: Marcus Aurelius Attic South, Lustratio panel, head of the man beside the pig which will be sacrificed in the rite called the Suovetaurilia (Rome, Italy)]

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