Roman triumphal arch from the era of Constantine II (4th century CE), named also as Heidentor, in the city of Carnuntum, today Petronell, in Austria.

Dublin Core

Creator

POCOCKE, Richard

Title

Roman triumphal arch from the era of Constantine II (4th century CE), named also as Heidentor, in the city of Carnuntum, today Petronell, in Austria.

Alternative Title

Views of the Arch at Petronel.

Date

1745

Bibliographic Citation

POCOCKE, Richard. A Description of the East, and some other Countries, Vol. II. Part I. Observations on Palaestine or the Holy Land, Syria, Mesopotamia, Cyprus, and Candia. Vol. II. Part II. Observations on the Islands of the Archipelago, Asia Minor, Thrace, Greece, and some other Parts of Europe…, vol. II, London, W. Bowyer, MDCCXLV[=1745].

Identifier

pococke_183

Table Of Contents

242

Spatial Coverage

Petronell-Carnuntum

Austria

Subject

Architecture and built environment

Art and antiquities

Geolocation

Item Relations

This item has no relations.

Files

Citation

POCOCKE, Richard, “Roman triumphal arch from the era of Constantine II (4th century CE), named also as Heidentor, in the city of Carnuntum, today Petronell, in Austria.,” travelogues, accessed March 5, 2024, https://english.travelogues.gr/items/show/50603.