Photograph is in a book with a description beneath ; printed description: "(Acts, xxiii:11.)--'For as thou hast testified
of me In Jerusalem, so must thou bear witness also in Rome.' We give as an illustration of Rome the arch of an old bridge
that is interesting in this connection, because we see it now exactly as St. Paul saw it when in Rome. This arch, which is
just above the the new bridge you see, was built here 181 B.C. St. Paul was in Rome two years upon his first visit; and he
unquestionably often crossed the very bridge this old arch helped to bear up. It is almost impossible for an American, accustomed
to seeing everything new, to appreciate the great age of things connected with the city of Cicero and Cæsar. Many of the oldest
structures in Rome are built of brick, but they do not seem to crumble or decay; they last as well as stone."
Remaining section of an ancient bridge sits in the Tiber River next to a more modern bridge