Arch of Caracalla (Djémila)

Arch of Caracalla (Djémila)


Djemila, Algeria (DZ)
Arch of Caracalla is a Roman triumphal arch located in the ancient Roman city of Djémila in modern-day Algeria. The arch was constructed in the beginning of the 3rd century. The arch, with a single span, is placed on the road that went to Sitifis and stood at the entrance of the Djémila's Severan forum.

The arch was erected in 216 in honour of Emperor Caracalla, his mother Julia Domma and his deceased father Septimius Severus.

The arch is surrounded by the ruins of the ancient city of Djémila.
Arch of Caracalla is a Roman triumphal arch located in the ancient Roman city of Djémila in modern-day Algeria. The arch was constructed in the beginning of the 3rd century. The arch, with a single span, is placed on the road that went to Sitifis and stood at the entrance of the Djémila's Severan forum.

The arch was erected in 216 in honour of Emperor Caracalla, his mother Julia Domma and his deceased father Septimius Severus.

The arch is surrounded by the ruins of the ancient city of Djémila.
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Links: en.wikipedia.org
By: Drudii

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