TOUR:

Arch of Titus

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The Arch of Titus has long been held as the definitive illustration of the destruction of Jerusalem in 70 C.E. Some view the arch as a majestic work of art, others as a tribute to imperial Roman power.

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About the tour:

The Arch of Titus is one of Rome’s most famous monuments. It has long been held as the definitive illustration of the destruction of Jerusalem in 70 C.E. Some view the arch as a majestic work of art, others as a tribute to imperial Roman power. Careful readers of the Bible view the Arch of Titus as a silent witness that confirms the accuracy of Bible prophecies. Our tour represents an in-depth analysis of the Arch of Titus – one of the most famous biblical artifacts.

Questions that will be answered on tour:
  • Who built the Arch, when, and why?
  • Why was the Flavian dynasty important?
  • How do historical events regarding the destruction of Jerusalem prove that Jesus was a true prophet?
  • Why can we say that what happened to Jerusalem in 70 C.E. was “great tribulation” such as had not occurred before nor has happened since?
SOUTH INNER PANEL - the south inner panel depicts the spoils taken from the Temple in Jerusalem

SOUTH INNER PANEL - the south inner panel depicts the spoils taken from the Temple in Jerusalem

NORTH INNER PANEL – the northern panel depicts Titus riding on the four horsed chariot, passing through a triumphal arch

NORTH INNER PANEL – the northern panel depicts Titus riding on the four horsed chariot, passing through a triumphal arch

“IVDAEA CAPTA” - the coin is a striking testimony to the fulfillment of Jesus’ words (“Captive Judea“)

“IVDAEA CAPTA” - the coin is a striking testimony to the fulfillment of Jesus’ words (“Captive Judea“)

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