|Locale||Close to Tyre, Lebanon|
|Design||Segmental arch bridge|
|Number of spans||1|
|Construction end||3rd or 4th century AD|
The Leontes Bridge is a Roman segmental arch bridge in Lebanon; it crosses the Litani River (the ancient Leontes) in the vicinity of Nahr Abou Assouad, 10 km north of Tyre. The bridge, which is dated to the 3rd or 4th century AD, features a comparatively flat arch with a span-to-rise ratio of 3.1 to 1.
- Jafet Library (American University of Beirut) - old photo
- New York Public Library Digital Gallery – old woodcut