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1 November, 2023 - 21:56
More Than a Founder, Marcus Furius Camillus Was an Exemplar of Roman Virtue
While ancient Rome achieved many awe-inspiring feats, it is also remembered for its controversial citizens—especially its leaders—who embraced unrestrained decadence. Their conduct was so outlandish...
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12 September, 2020 - 13:59
The Seven Hills of Rome: Center Stage in Rome’s Eventful History
The Seven Hills of Rome are a group of hills to the east of the Tiber River, the main river within the city. These hills are important as they are considered the center of the city of Rome, and it...
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20 April, 2020 - 01:22
The Forum: Epicenter of the Mighty Roman Empire
Italy takes pride in its long history and is home to some of the most famous architectural monuments, as well as archaeological locations. The Roman Forum was the heart, not only of the city, but...
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7 June, 2019 - 14:06
Gucci to Fund Project to Save Rome’s Historic Rock of Execution
Gucci is one of the most famous fashion brands in the world. The Italian company has announced that they are funding a restoration project in the heart of Rome. They are paying for work that will...
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16 January, 2019 - 19:00
What Was the Significance of The Capitoline Triad to the Roman Pantheon?
The Capitoline Triad was a trio of gods worshiped by the ancient Romans. This trio consisted of a male deity – Jupiter, the supreme god of the Roman pantheon and head of the triad, and two female...
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30 January, 2014 - 21:56
Archaeologists uncover ancient Roman cult temple
Archaeologists excavating a site in central Rome have uncovered what may be the oldest known Roman temple . The finding was made at Sant’Omobono, one of the most remarkable and least understood...
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