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Arch of Drusus

ID: 8994

regio: 7, insula: 8

Preferred name: Arch of Drusus

Type: public buildings


The stairs of the Temple of Jupiter, in the Civil Forum of Pompeii, were flanked by a twins of single fornix arches. Only the one West of the temple is still preserved. The attic is reduced to a thin slab. The Arch presently consists of a naked skeleton of 'opus testaceum', deprived of its marble covering, which left traces only on the Northern face.

Location: Pompeii