The triumphal arch was a type of monument of Roman architecture erected in honor or a person or to commemorate an important event. It normally took the form of one or more arched passages formed between piers which were decorated with sculptural reliefs and votive inscriptions relating to the person or event. Triumphal arches stood at the intersection of a city’s main streets.

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