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Roman roads

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« I Romani posero ogni cura in tre cose soprattutto, che dai Greci furono trascurate, cioè nell'aprire le strade, nel costruire acquedotti e nel disporre nel sottosuolo le cloache » Strabone, Geografia, V 3,8

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Milestone from the Roman city of Italica, Spain. These marked each mile of Roman road, hence the name. passuum=paces) Hadrianus Augustus made it Roman Artifacts, Historical Artifacts, Ancient Artifacts, Roman History, Art History, Ancient Rome, Ancient History, Fall Of Constantinople, Architecture Unique

Milestone from the Roman city of Italica, Spain. Archaeological Museum, Sevilla. translation: 26 milia passum (Roman mile #26; 1 milia passum = 1000 paces; milia=1000, passuum=paces) Hadrianus Augustus made it

Milestone from the Roman city of Italica, Spain. These marked each mile of Roman road, hence the name. passuum=paces) Hadrianus Augustus made it Roman Artifacts, Historical Artifacts, Ancient Artifacts, Roman History, Art History, Ancient Rome, Ancient History, Fall Of Constantinople, Architecture Unique

Milestone from the Roman city of Italica, Spain. Archaeological Museum, Sevilla. translation: 26 milia passum (Roman mile #26; 1 milia passum = 1000 paces; milia=1000, passuum=paces) Hadrianus Augustus made it

tretch of ancient road discovered south of Rome during excavation work for a new McDonald’s restaurant - and let that skeleton be a lesson as to what will happen to you if you eat the food. Ancient Rome, Ancient History, Quarry Lake, Mcdonald's Restaurant, Roman Roads, Roman History, Paving Stones, Abbey Road, Angkor Wat

McDonald's Preserves An Ancient Roman Road Underneath Its Structure

McDonald's restaurant preserves an ancient Roman road underneath its structure, with the aid of a $315,000 restoration project.

Cassia vetus: da Arezzo a Firenze – tuttatoscana Roads And Streets, Roman Roads, Roots, Medieval, Sidewalk, Europe, Outdoor Decor, Romans, Italia

Cassia vetus: da Arezzo a Firenze

di Alessandro Ferrini L’importante via consolare ripercorreva in gran parte un tracciato di origine etrusca che univa Chiusi ad Arezzo passando per Cortona. Nel II secolo Arezzo divenne roccaforte …

Roman road in Tarsus, S. Roman Roads, Ancient Rome, Sidewalk, Turkey, Explore, Photography, Roman, Photograph, Turkey Country

Tarsus, Cilicia, Turkey

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Roman road in Tarsus, the birth place of St. Gertrude Bell, Roman Roads, Birth, Sidewalk, Turkey, Explore, Places, Photography, Photograph

Tarsus, Cilicia, Turkey

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Via Biberatica, a well preserved roman via in the heart of Rome - Imperial Forums Museum and Trajan's Markets - Rome Ancient Rome, Ancient Art, Roman Roads, Roman Sculpture, Ancient Buildings, University Of Miami, Archaeological Site, School Architecture, Augmented Reality

Imperial Forums Museum and Trajan's Markets - Rome

Located in the Trajan's Market, the Museum of Imperial Fora (Museo dei Fori Imperiali) in Rome is both a museum of ancient art and an archaeological site

Milestone of Caracalla AD) Den Haag Museum - Livius Roman Roads, The Hague, Home Pictures, How To Make Notes, Ancient Rome, Netherlands, Den, Museum, The Nederlands

The Hague, Milestone of Caracalla

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Via Tauri, Asia Minor, Turkey Roman Roads, Asia, Turkey, Explore, Photography, Landscape, Photograph, Turkey Country, Fotografie

Via Tauri, Asia Minor, Turkey

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Via della Torre, a roman via inside the Imperial Forums Museum and Trajan's Markets - Rome Ancient Rome, Ancient Art, Roman Roads, Roman Sculpture, Ancient Buildings, University Of Miami, Archaeological Site, School Architecture, Augmented Reality

Imperial Forums Museum and Trajan's Markets - Rome

Located in the Trajan's Market, the Museum of Imperial Fora (Museo dei Fori Imperiali) in Rome is both a museum of ancient art and an archaeological site

Rome, Italy - Appian Way, 1893 Appian Way, Roman Roads, Historical Photos, Past, Rome Italy, City, Places, Painting, Amazing

Europe's Great Cities, Then and Now

Photos reveal Europe's extraordinary past and thriving present.

Appian Way Italy Map, Italy Travel, Ancient Ruins, Ancient Rome, Appian Way, Roman Roads, Visit Italy, Roman Empire, Historical Sites

Roads of the Roman Empire - Vivid Maps

Roman roads used to move of officials, civilians, armies, and trade. Ways of the Empire were of different kinds, varying from small provincial roads to broad, long-distance roadways built to unite large cities, chief towns and military posts. These significant roads were surfaced with stone and metaled, cambered for drainage, and were flanked by walkways, bridle path and drainage trenches. They were set along ideally studied courses, and some were made through hills, canyons and rivers.

Roman Polygonal Paving With Wheel Ruts, Ostia Roman Roads, Sidewalk, Italy, Italia, Side Walkway, Walkway, Walkways, Pavement

Roman Polygonal Paving With Wheel Ruts, Ostia

Roman Polygonal Paving With Wheel Ruts (Ostia, Italy)