Arch of Titus


The Arch of Titus is a triumphal arch located in Rome, Italy. It was constructed in 82 AD to commemorate the victories of the Roman Emperor Titus in the Jewish War, including the siege of Jerusalem and the destruction of the Second Temple.

The arch is a magnificent example of Roman architecture and is decorated with reliefs depicting the spoils of war, including the Menorah, a sacred Jewish object, being carried away by Roman soldiers.

The arch has become an important symbol of the Jewish diaspora and the long history of Jewish persecution.

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