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Jupiter on the Arco d’Augusto


Take a moment at Rimini’s Arco d’Augusto, on the side facing away from the city (towards Rome) and look up. You’ll see four faces carved in the oldest surviving Roman Triumphal Arch. Jupiter (Giove), Apollo, Neptune, and the Godess Roma . Here we have Jupiter.

The Face of Jupiter, on Rimini's Arco d'Augusto




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