The Arch of Titus in Color

Digital restoration of the Arch of Titus in Rome

The article “True Colors: Digital Reconstruction Restores Original Brilliance to the Arch of Titus” by Steven Fine, Peter J. Schertz and Donald H. Sanders in the May/June 2017 issue of Biblical Archaeology Review describes digital scanning conducted on the famed Roman triumphal arch. Watch an exclusive video of the authors’ groundbreaking work below.


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Related reading in Bible History Daily:

Jewish Captives in the Imperial City

Yeshiva University Project Shines a Colorful Digital Light on the Arch of Titus

A Second Triumphal Arch of Titus Discovered


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  1. Marcia says

    What extraordinary work! I have written a novel, PARIS LAMB, where the Arch of Titus is featured. It is enhanced by the use of color! Thank you.
    Marcia Fine

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