E. Cobham Brewer 18101897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
The Alexandrine Column. Made of granite; in memory of the Emperor Alexander.
The Column of Antonïnus. At Rome; made of marble, 176 feet high; in memory of the Emperior Marcus Aurelius Antonïnus. Like that of Trajan, this column is covered externally with spiral basreliefs representing the wars carried on by the emperor.
Sixtus V. caused the original statue of this column to be supplanted by a figure of St. Paul. (See Trajans Column.)
The Column of Arcadius. At Constantinople; made of marble.