Ponte di Quintodecimo
|Ponte di Quintodecimo|
|Longest span||17.1 m|
|Number of spans||3|
The bridge consists of a main arch spanning the river and 2 smaller arches connecting the road to the bridge. The main arch has a span of ca 17 m. The width of the bridge is about 3.8 m. The original construction material was Travertine. During Roman times the bridge was a part of the road Via Salaria, which led from Rome to the Adriatic coast.
- O’Connor, Colin (1993), Roman Bridges, Cambridge University Press, p. 85, ISBN 0-521-39326-4
- Cortright, Robert S. (1998), Bridging: Discovering the Beauty of Bridges, Bridge Ink, p. 111, ISBN 0-9641963-2-8