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Titus Quinctius Flamininus Offers Liberty to the Greeks
Image by Guiseppe Sciuti

Titus Quinctius Flamininus Offers Liberty to the Greeks

Titus Quinctius Flamininus declares Greece free after the Second Macedonian War and the defeat of Philip V of Macedon at the Battle of Cynoscephalae (197 BCE), oil on canvas by Giuseppe Sciuti, c. 1879. Private collection.
Roman Emperor Titus
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Roman Emperor Titus

A portrait of Roman Emperor Titus (reign: 79 – 81), c. 80 CE. (Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen)
Arch of Titus
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Arch of Titus

The arch of Titus in the Forum Romanum
Detail of the Arch of Titus
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Detail of the Arch of Titus

Detail shot of the Arch of Titus in the Forum Romanum.
Memorial Dedicated to Titus Flavius Fruendus
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Memorial Dedicated to Titus Flavius Fruendus

Memorial dedicated to Titus Flavius Fruendus by his heirs. Titus Flavius Fruendus and his three heirs were frumentarii (literally, corn-officers) in the 8th and 22nd legions. They served on detached duty and were employed on various missions...
Obelisk of  Titus Sextius Africanus
Image by Osama Shukir Muhammed Amin

Obelisk of Titus Sextius Africanus

This rose granite obelisk was found in Rome. Roman period, circa 50 CE. (State Museum of Egyptian Art, Munich, Germany).
Gold Coin of Titus Quinctius Flamininus
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Gold Coin of Titus Quinctius Flamininus

Gold stater in the name of Titus Quinctius Flamininus, probably issued in the wake of the victory at the Battle of Cynoscephalae (197 BCE), minted in Greece, 196 BCE. The British Museum, London.
Life of Emperor Titus #10 - The Good Emperor, Roman History Documentary Series
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Life of Emperor Titus #10 - The Good Emperor, Roman History Documentary Series

Emperor Titus was the first emperor to succeed his biological father on the imperial throne. He is considered to be one of the few good emperors. His short reign is best remembered for the opening of the Flavian Amphitheater(Colosseum) in...
Colosseum
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Colosseum

The Colosseum or Flavian Amphitheatre is a large ellipsoid arena built in the first century CE by the Flavian Roman emperors of Vespasian (69-79 CE), Titus (79-81 CE) and Domitian (81-96 CE). The massive arena held 50,000 spectators and hosted...
Zealots
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Zealots

The Zealots were a group of Jews who began to emerge as a religious/political movement around the beginning of the 1st century CE. They strongly opposed Roman rule and turned on everyone, including other Jews, who cooperated with Rome. A...
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