Fabrician Bridge

Fabrician Bridge (Ponto dei Quattro Capi)
Fabrician Bridge, Ponto dei Quattro Capi
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Fabrician Bridge.

A bridge that spans the Tiber River in Rome which consists of two double arches comprised of stone. It was built in 62 B.C. during the Roman consulship of Cicero, and supplanted a wooden bridge dating from around 192 B.C.

The bridge is the only ancient Roman bridge that has endured and now called the Ponto dei Quattro Capi.


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