erected in honour of the younger Drusus after his death
in 23 A.D., if the statement in Tacitus (Ann. iv. 9; cf. ii. 83) be correct.
Possibly it stood at the north end of the Rostra, as the arch of Tiberius
stood at the south.
A Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome. Samuel Ball Platner. Thomas Ashby. London: Humphrey Milford. Oxford University Press. 1929.
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