Arch of Dativius Victor

The Arch of Dativius Victor is one of the most important reconstructed Roman monuments in Germany. The original arch is now on display at the Mainz State Museum and the structure on Ernst-Ludwig-Platz is a replica.

The 43 cut stones were discovered during construction work at the turn of the 20th century. Archaeologists believe that there were originally 75 such blocks, meaning that only about a third of the arch has survived. It appears that some of the stones were already "recycled" during the Roman times for the construction of a new wall.


Arch of Dativius Victor


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55116 Mainz