Arch of Augustus.

Consecratory inscription on architrave.
CIL XI 365.
27 BCE.

Rimini

Description:
Senatus Populusq[ue Romanus] / [Imp(eratori) Caesari divi f(ilio) Augusto imp(eratori) sept(imo) 3] / co(n)s(uli) sept(imo) designat(o) octavo{m} v[ia Flamin]ia [et reliquei]s / celeberrimeis Italiae vieis consilio [et sumptib]us [eius mu]niteis

The senate and people of Rome to Imperator Caesar Augustus, the son of the Divine, emperor for the 7th time, consul for the 7th time, designated for the 8th time, for Flaminian road and other most celebrated roads of Italy were restored by his decision and at his expense.

Credits:
(ρρ) 2008. Photo: Sergey Sosnovskiy (CC BY-SA 4.0).

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Keywords: Rimini Ariminum triumphal arch of Augustus August consecratory inscription on architrave pediment gable CIL XI 365
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