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  1. 1. Roma Antica <ul><li>By </li></ul><ul><li>Daniel Pettine </li></ul>
  2. 2. The Coliseum Construction began around 70-72 AD. The top level of the Coliseum was completed in 80 AD. Shows featuring Gladiators and wild animals were shown often here.
  3. 3. Arch of Constantine The Arch of Constantine is an arch divided in four columns. It is located between the Colosseum and Palatine Hill.
  4. 4. Circus Maximus The Circus Maximus is the most massive Chariot Racing Stadium in Ancient Rome. It was first used for non-public games.
  5. 5. Baths of Caracalla The Baths of Caracalla were thermae (public baths). This attractions featured public libraries, and many festivities for people to enjoy.
  6. 6. Via Appia Antica The Via Appia Antica was one of the first roadways of Rome. This roadway connected Apulia to Rome. It was named after Appius Claudius Caecus.
  7. 7. Via Sacra This road was Rome’s main street. It connected many places to and from Rome.
  8. 8. Arch of Titus The Arch of Titus is arranged in five bays. It is made with Pentelic marble. Metal inscriptions are displayed throughout the arch.
  9. 9. Palatine Hill According Roman legend, Romulus and Remus were kept alive by a she-wolf at the Palatine Hill. The Festival of Lupercal is held here.
  10. 10. Basilica of Maxentius The Basilica of Maxentius and Basilica of Constantine are the largest buildings of the Forum in Rome. There’s a main nave with three groin vaults.
  11. 11. House of the Vestal Virgins Female priestesses lived here to honor Vesta, the god of the hearth. Here the fire of Vesta was maintained.
  12. 12. The Temple of Castor and Pullux This artifice was built in honor of the Lake Regillus Battle. Castor and Pullux were twin sons of Leda and Jupiter.
  13. 13. Temple of Saturn Being built inbetween 501 and 498 BC, the Temple of Saturn is one of the oldest buildings. The Roman Treasury was operated here.
  14. 14. Arch of Septimus Severus After two successful raids against the Parthians, this structure was built to honor Severus and his two sons.
  15. 15. Isola Tibernia Isola Tibernia is an island that allegedly “heals.” It is shaped like a boat. There’s a summer film festival hosted here
  16. 16. The Pantheon Built by Agrippa, this building is one of the most reknown buildings in the world with many other countries trying to copy this temple. The sun is the only light source for it.
  17. 17. Hadrian’s Mausoleum Hadrian’s Mausoleum was a structure built to honor the death of Hadrian, his wife, and son. Some tombs were destroyed but it is still a popular location.
  18. 18. La Fine
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