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Second monument found celebrating Titus’ victory over the Jews

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Published: 21 March 2017

Last updated: 4 March 2024

Second monumental arch of Titus celebrating victory over Jews found in Rome – Ariel David – Haaretz 19.03.17
Arch unearthed at the entrance of the Circus Maximus was built by Titus' brother Domitian, boasting of how the Romans had done the undoable and 'subdued the Jews'. At a width of 17m and a height of more than 10m, the massive triple arch was much larger than its single-gated counterpart on the Palatine.

And see: Were there Jewish Temples on Temple Mount? October 24, 2015
In addition to much other evidence, the Arch of Titus in Rome shows the procession following the gleeful plunder of the Second Temple by the Romans in 70CE, even showing the menorah they removed.


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