|Summary:||Monumental cenotaph, perhaps to the grandsons of Augustus|
|Date:||ca. 30 AD|
|Dimensions:||H. 60 m|
Plan: The monument is comprised of three superimposed structures: a square podium decorated with reliefs; a quadrifrons arch with engaged Corinthian columns at the corners, and a Corinthian tholos with a conical roof.
History: Henri Rolland's excavations determined that the monument served as a cenotaph rather than a tomb as previously believed.
Other Notes: Low relief sculptures illustrate battle and hunting scenes on the four faces of the podium. Naval scenes decorate the frieze above the quadrifrons arch. A sculpted pinecone would have served as a finial on top of the roof. Two freestanding figures are enclosed within the Corinthian rotunda on the third level.