The Arch of Titus in Color
Digital restoration of the Arch of Titus in Rome
Biblical Archaeology Society Staff
March 12, 2019
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.
Herod’s desert fortress on the mountaintop of Masada was made famous as the site of the last stand between the besieged Jewish rebels and the relentlessly advancing Romans at the conclusion of the First Jewish Revolt. In the free ebook Masada: The Dead Sea’s Desert Fortress, discover what archaeology reveals about the defenders’ identity, fortifications and arms before their ultimate sacrifice.
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
This Bible History Daily feature was originally published on April 12, 2017.