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ARCUS DRUSI erected by the senate some time after 9 B.C. in honour of the elder Drusus (Suet. Claud. I; HJ 216). It was of marble, adorned with trophies, and stood on the via Appia, probably a little north of its junction with the via Latina. It seems to have given its name to the VICUS DRUSIANUS (q.v.), and is probably the arcus Recordationis of the Einsiedeln Itinerary (11. 3; 13. 24; cf. Mon. L. i. 515; DAP 2. ix. 416). See also AQUA DRUSIA.