Arch of Augustus
Between the Temple of Caesar and Temple of the Castors, few remains of an arch are still visible: it was the Arch of Augustus. A full-scale reconstruction of the arch can be admired at the Museum of the Roman Civilization (Museo della Civiltà Romana) in Rome. We can admire the pillars and the marble tables with the Fasti Triumphales (the complete list in chronological order of generals who had obtained a triumph, together with the name of the conquered people) and the Fasti Consulares (official chronicles in which years were denoted by the respective consuls and other magistrates, often with the principal events that happened during their consulates) since the beginning of the Republic in 509 BC and until the first emperor. They are an exceptional document, and the remains are exhibited in the Capitoline Museums. Some scholars, instead, hypothesize that the Fasti were exposed on an arch very similar to the Arch of Augustus, the Parthian Arch, erected by Augustus between the Temple of Caesar and the Basilica Aemilia.