The Archo di Constantino was an important part of the Via Triumphalis. It was erected in 312 AD by the Roman Senate for Constantine’s win over Maxentius in the Battle of Milvian Bridge. The Arch influenced many other monuments, like the Arc de Triomphe in France.
Learned a little more about the trains of Italy today. Because British Airways graciously lost my bike box, I was forced to head back to the airport to pick it up and bring it through customs myself. Thankfully everything seems okay in the box, and I am excited to see what the Italian roads are like soon.Tags: Arcadia University, Arch, Arch of Constantine, Constantine, Day 5, Italy, Roma, Roma Tre, Rome