Bera?s Arch, Triumphal arch monument, Tarragona (Tarraco, Hispania Citerior), Catalonia, Spain; An inscription explains that it was built in memory of the funeral Luci Lucini Sura in the I Century AD but recent researches say that it is from the I Century BC, when the Via Augusta was reformed; Corinth fluted pilasters hold the entablature on each side of the arcade.

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Bera?s Arch, Triumphal arch monument, Tarragona (Tarraco, Hispania Citerior), Catalonia, Spain; An inscription explains that it was built in memory of the funeral Luci Lucini Sura in the I Century AD but recent researches say that it is from the I Century BC, when the Via Augusta was reformed; Corinth fluted pilasters hold the entablature on each side of the arcade.

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Roman
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