Exterior: View from NE (main view of the arch to the immediate NE of the Porta Maggiore)
10 BCE-54 CE
Aqua Claudia / Anio Novus
Built in 52 CE by Claudius, as the support for two aqueducts Aqua Claudia and Anio Novus. Later it was incorporated into the Aurelian Wall by emperor Aurelian in 271 CE. Also marks the intersection between two ancient roads: Via Praenistina and Via Labicana.Also shown is the Tomb of Eurysaces (Marcus Vergilius Eurysaces) from late 1st c. BCE.
Porta Maggiore (Rome, Italy)
Wall of Aurelian (Rome, Italy)
Eurysaces, Marcus Vergilius --Tomb
Photography by Media Center for Art History, Department of Art History, Columbia University