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Taken from the Palatine Hill, this view shows a good portion of the Forum Romanum as well as the Imperial Forum in the distance. Look carefully upper left of center and you can see the top of Trajan’s Column. Rome Adventure, Winter Breaks, Rome Guide, Palatine Hill, Rome Tours, Rome City, Famous Monuments, Roman Forum, City Pass

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Discover the Colosseum and also absorb those sights of the arena floor, when 60.000 toga-clad Roman people when was seated, stood up and also roared. Learn more about the gladiatorial right here, discover the Imperial Forums and also take a look at the permanent events. This tour additionally obt...

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The Lapis Niger

The Lapis Niger, or 'Black Stone', a slab of black marble, lies in the Comitium to the right of the Arch of Septimius Severus, protected by a low roof. A fenced site with black paving identifies the spot where the Lapis Niger, a piece of black marble, was found. Below it is an inaccessible subterranean room which in the Middle Ages was thought to contain the grave of Romulus. Next to it is a tufa column discovered during excavations in 1899 (by Giacomo Boni). It is the oldest known…

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The Lapis Niger

The Lapis Niger, or 'Black Stone', a slab of black marble, lies in the Comitium to the right of the Arch of Septimius Severus, protected by a low roof. A fenced site with black paving identifies the spot where the Lapis Niger, a piece of black marble, was found. Below it is an inaccessible subterranean room which in the Middle Ages was thought to contain the grave of Romulus. Next to it is a tufa column discovered during excavations in 1899 (by Giacomo Boni). It is the oldest known…

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The Lapis Niger

The Lapis Niger, or 'Black Stone', a slab of black marble, lies in the Comitium to the right of the Arch of Septimius Severus, protected by a low roof. A fenced site with black paving identifies the spot where the Lapis Niger, a piece of black marble, was found. Below it is an inaccessible subterranean room which in the Middle Ages was thought to contain the grave of Romulus. Next to it is a tufa column discovered during excavations in 1899 (by Giacomo Boni). It is the oldest known…

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The Lapis Niger

The Lapis Niger, or 'Black Stone', a slab of black marble, lies in the Comitium to the right of the Arch of Septimius Severus, protected by a low roof. A fenced site with black paving identifies the spot where the Lapis Niger, a piece of black marble, was found. Below it is an inaccessible subterranean room which in the Middle Ages was thought to contain the grave of Romulus. Next to it is a tufa column discovered during excavations in 1899 (by Giacomo Boni). It is the oldest known…

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Curia Julia

The Curia Julia (Curia Lulia), the Roman Senate’s most ancient meeting-place, probably stood on the present site of the church of Santi Luca and Martina. The great brick edifice now called the Curia was the new Senate House, begun by order of Julius Caesar and completed by Augustus in 29 BC. In the seventh century it was turned into a church and this saved it from destruction. In the 1930's it was restored to the condition in which it was left after rebuilding by the Emperor Diocletian. The…

Marble carvings, perhaps the parapets of the tiered seating, with scenes of the reign of Trajan AD) destruction of the debt wlls and (right) institution of the public food supply. Beautiful World, Most Beautiful, Beautiful Places, Beautiful Sites, Tiered Seating, Marble Carving, Roman Forum, Museum, Reign Bash

Curia Julia

The Curia Julia (Curia Lulia), the Roman Senate’s most ancient meeting-place, probably stood on the present site of the church of Santi Luca and Martina. The great brick edifice now called the Curia was the new Senate House, begun by order of Julius Caesar and completed by Augustus in 29 BC. In the seventh century it was turned into a church and this saved it from destruction. In the 1930's it was restored to the condition in which it was left after rebuilding by the Emperor Diocletian. The…

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Curia Julia

The Curia Julia (Curia Lulia), the Roman Senate’s most ancient meeting-place, probably stood on the present site of the church of Santi Luca and Martina. The great brick edifice now called the Curia was the new Senate House, begun by order of Julius Caesar and completed by Augustus in 29 BC. In the seventh century it was turned into a church and this saved it from destruction. In the 1930's it was restored to the condition in which it was left after rebuilding by the Emperor Diocletian. The…

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Curia Julia

The Curia Julia (Curia Lulia), the Roman Senate’s most ancient meeting-place, probably stood on the present site of the church of Santi Luca and Martina. The great brick edifice now called the Curia was the new Senate House, begun by order of Julius Caesar and completed by Augustus in 29 BC. In the seventh century it was turned into a church and this saved it from destruction. In the 1930's it was restored to the condition in which it was left after rebuilding by the Emperor Diocletian. The…

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Curia Julia

The Curia Julia (Curia Lulia), the Roman Senate’s most ancient meeting-place, probably stood on the present site of the church of Santi Luca and Martina. The great brick edifice now called the Curia was the new Senate House, begun by order of Julius Caesar and completed by Augustus in 29 BC. In the seventh century it was turned into a church and this saved it from destruction. In the 1930's it was restored to the condition in which it was left after rebuilding by the Emperor Diocletian. The…

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Curia Julia

The Curia Julia (Curia Lulia), the Roman Senate’s most ancient meeting-place, probably stood on the present site of the church of Santi Luca and Martina. The great brick edifice now called the Curia was the new Senate House, begun by order of Julius Caesar and completed by Augustus in 29 BC. In the seventh century it was turned into a church and this saved it from destruction. In the 1930's it was restored to the condition in which it was left after rebuilding by the Emperor Diocletian. The…

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Curia Julia

The Curia Julia (Curia Lulia), the Roman Senate’s most ancient meeting-place, probably stood on the present site of the church of Santi Luca and Martina. The great brick edifice now called the Curia was the new Senate House, begun by order of Julius Caesar and completed by Augustus in 29 BC. In the seventh century it was turned into a church and this saved it from destruction. In the 1930's it was restored to the condition in which it was left after rebuilding by the Emperor Diocletian. The…

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Curia Julia

The Curia Julia (Curia Lulia), the Roman Senate’s most ancient meeting-place, probably stood on the present site of the church of Santi Luca and Martina. The great brick edifice now called the Curia was the new Senate House, begun by order of Julius Caesar and completed by Augustus in 29 BC. In the seventh century it was turned into a church and this saved it from destruction. In the 1930's it was restored to the condition in which it was left after rebuilding by the Emperor Diocletian. The…