On this ancient bridge over the Tiber River in 312 CE, Constantine the Great defeated Maxentius to become the sole Roman emperor of the West. Blown up in 1849 and rebuilt the following year, the Milvian Bridge now carries only pedestrians across the river.
- 109 BCE
The Roman censor Marcus Aemilius Scaurus builds the Pons Milvius (Milvian Bridge) to allow the Via Flaminia to cross the Tiber River.
- 63 BCE
Cicero captures emissaries on Milvian Bridge
- 108 CE
Pope Pius VII restores the Milvian Bridge, adding a triumphal arch at its entrance.
- 28 Oct 312
Battle of Milvian Bridge; Constantine converts to Christianity
The Milvian Bridge is restored by Pope Pius IX.