The Arch of Caracalla is a Roman triumphal arch in Theveste in modern-day Algeria. It was built between 211 and 214. The arch has one span and is 10,9 m in height. The arch is in honour of Emperor Caracalla, his mother Julia Domma and his father Septimius Severus.
During the Byzantine period, the arch was used as a gate for the city wall.
Two other arches dedicated to Caracalla also exist in Africa. One in the ancient city of Djémila, Algeria and the other located in the ancient city of Volubilis, Morocco.