earlyrome - span 26 The basilica was simply built with...

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Romulus’ legendary first wall surrounded the Palatine hill. Successive walls included more of the city.
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Roman roads: “All roads lead to Rome.” The Appian Way was one of the first of the consular roads, built for military travel by the consuls who ruled during the Roman Republic.
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AQUEDUCTS The water supply for the city, and then the empire, was a huge and impressive system of subterranean and above-ground channels.
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Unformatted text preview: span 26 The basilica was simply built with stone or brick columns and a tiled truss roof. The clerestory allowed light to enter the center of the building. The basilica is the workhourse of Roman forums. The Temple of Vesta,the sacred hearth of Rome, was tended by an order of civic nuns called Vestal virgins. This sanctuary was established in earliest times and continued to be revered throughout the imperial era....
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