Triumph of Titus and Vespasian after the capture of Jerusalem, both standing on the left in a chariot drawn by four horses, and crowned by a Victory; some soldiers walking ahead of them are passing under a triumphal arch, with a female prisoner and the seven branched candelabra. 1810 Engraving

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Thing

Made Of
paper
Type of Thing
print
School
French
Subject
ancient history, procession, arch/gateway
Techniques
engraving

People

Acquired From
Smith, William to The British Museum
Depicted
Titus, Vespasian
Influenced By
After Giulio Romano
Printmaker
Girardet, Abraham

Place

In Gallery
French XVIIIc Unmounted Imp

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