Arch Of Titus
A triumphal arch erected at Rome, and still remaining there, to commemorate the conquest of Judea and the destruction of Jerusalem
by the emperor Titus. It was erected after his death, A.D. 91, by the senate and people of Rome. It was a magnificent structure,
decorated with bas-reliefs and inscriptions, and is of especial interest because its historic bas-reliefs represent the captors
carrying in triumph to Rome the golden candlestick and sacred utensils from the Jewish temple at Jerusalem. From these we
obtain our best idea of their shape.—ED.