Ecce Homo arch, a triple-arched gateway in Jerusalem

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Carole Raddato
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published on 04 March 2015
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The so-called Ecce Homo arch, a triple-arched gateway, built by Hadrian (2nd century CE), as an entrance to the eastern Forum of Aelia Capitolina. The central arch was flanked by two smaller arches, one of which can still be seen inside the Ecce Homo Church.

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Carole Raddato
Carole maintains the popular ancient history photo-blog Following Hadrian, where she travels the world in the footsteps of emperor Hadrian.

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APA Style

Raddato, C. (2015, March 04). Ecce Homo arch, a triple-arched gateway in Jerusalem. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/image/3686/ecce-homo-arch-a-triple-arched-gateway-in-jerusale/

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Raddato, Carole. "Ecce Homo arch, a triple-arched gateway in Jerusalem." World History Encyclopedia. Last modified March 04, 2015. https://www.worldhistory.org/image/3686/ecce-homo-arch-a-triple-arched-gateway-in-jerusale/.

MLA Style

Raddato, Carole. "Ecce Homo arch, a triple-arched gateway in Jerusalem." World History Encyclopedia. World History Encyclopedia, 04 Mar 2015. Web. 02 Aug 2021.