Triumphal Arch of Ancient Rome

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The triumphal arch is an iconic structure associated with Ancient Roman architecture. It consists of two large pillars connected by an arch, and may have lots of decorative elements and flourishes sculpted into it. Sometimes there are separate, smaller arches within the two main pillars.

  • Characteristics: This model of a Roman triumphal arch features two smaller arches and decorative sculpting within its supportive pillars. This hand-painted model accurately reflects the typical triumphal arch with intricate sculptural details.
  • Size and Color: Ancient Rome figures range from 1.5 inches to 3 inches tall. This arch is an off-white coloar with reddish brown accents to bring out detail and show weathering.
  • The Triumphal Arch of Ancient Rome is part of the Ancient Rome collection.
  • All of our products are Non-toxic and BPA free.

Product Description

History:

The arch is an extremely prominent and important feature in Ancient Roman architecture, seen on aqueducts, bridges, theathers, temples, and various structures throughout the cities. Romans learned to make arches from the Etruscans of Italy.

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