Triumph of Titus

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Mark Cartwright
by Jean-Guillaume Moitte (Artist)
published on 04 May 2016
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A reconstructed relief panel from the original on the Arch of Titus, Rome, c. 81 CE. The scene, showing the triumph of Titus, is carved in three-quarter view and has Titus riding a four-horse chariot (quadriga) and shows him being crowned by a personification of Victory. The goddess Roma stands in front, holding the bridle of one of the horses. The two figures to the right of the chariot are personifications of the people of Rome (naked torso) and the Senate (wearing a toga). (Los Angeles County Museum of Art, L.A.)

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(Artist), Jean-Guillaume Moitte. "Triumph of Titus." World History Encyclopedia. World History Encyclopedia, 04 May 2016. Web. 02 Aug 2021.