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Arch of Septimius Severus in Leptis Magna (emperor’s home town)

Arch in Leptis Magna, an ancient Roman port town situated near the modern city of Khoms in Libya.

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92 Wonderful Ancient Architecture. Number 10 is Absolutely Stunning

Stunning 92 Wonderful Ancient Architecture. Number 10 is Absolutely Stunning https://architecturemagz.com/92-wonderful-ancient-architecture-number-10-is-absolutely-stunning/

Arch of Constantine. Arch of Constantine was erected in 315 AD to commemorate Emperor Constantine I’s victory over Emperor Maxentius. The battle marked the beginning of Constantine’s conversion to Christianity. According to chroniclers, Constantine had a vision that God promised victory if his army daubed the sign of the cross on their shields.

Situated next to the Colosseum, the Arch of Constantine was erected in 315 AD to commemorate Emperor Constantine I’s victory over Emperor Maxentius. The battle marked the beginning of Constantine’s conversion to Christianity.

The arch of Septimus Severus at the roman ruins of Leptis Magna, Libya (by Krefey).

Reminds me of Ephisus, Turkey. Imagine the many feet that walked this road and how much history this street has seen! The Arch of Septimius Severus - Roman ruins in the Mediterranean, Leptis Magna, Libya

libya  Leptis Magna Arch of Septimus Severus

Leptis Magna Arch of Septimus Severus. The sands of time have preserved the Roman city of Leptis Magna, an ancient seaport in what is now Libya. It is one of the best preserved Roman cities in the Mediterranean.

An ancient Roman road runs through the ruins of the ancient city of_Leptis_Magna in #Libya

Portal through time Archway An ancient Roman road runs through the ruins of the ancient city of_Leptis_Magna in

The Ancient Roman Arch of Hadrian, Jerash, Jordan.  Photo courtesy Poco a poco

ancientart: “ The Ancient Roman Arch of Hadrian, Jerash, Jordan. Photo courtesy Poco a poco ”

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