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The history of Rome spans 2800 years of the existence of a city that
grew from a small Italian village in the 9th century BC into the centre
of a vast civilization that dominated the Mediterranean region for
centuries. It is one of the oldest named cities in the world. Its political
power was eventually replaced by that of peoples of mostly Germanic
origin, marking the beginning of the Middle Ages. Rome became the
seat of the Roman Catholi Church and the home of a sovereign state,
the Vatican City, within its walls. Today it is the capital of Italy, an
international worldwide political and cultural centre, a major global
city, and is regarded as one of the most beautiful cities of the ancient
world.
The traditional date for the founding of Rome, based on a mythological
account, is 21 April 753 BC, and the city and surrounding region
of Latium has continued to be inhabited with little interruption since
around that time.
•There is archaeological evidence of human
occupation of the Rome area from at least 14,000
years, but the dense layer of much younger debris
obscures Paleolithic and Neolithic sites. Evidence
of stone tools, pottery and stone weapons attest to
at least 10,000 years of human presence. The
power of the well known tale of Rome's legendary
foundation tends also to deflect attention from its
actual, and much more ancient, origins.
•The origin of the city's name is thought to be that of the reputed
founder and first ruler, the legendary Romulus. It is said that
Romulus and his twin brother Remus, orphans who were suckled and
raised by a she-wolf, decided to build a city. After an argument,
Romulus killed Remus and named the city Rome, after himself. After
founding and naming (as the story goes) Rome, he permitted men of
all classes to come to Rome as citizens, including slaves and freemen
without distinction.After the ensuing war with the Sabines, Romulus
shared the kingship with the Sabine king Titus Tatius.Romulus
selected 100 of the most noble men to form the Roman senate as an
advisory council to the king. These men he called patres, and their
descendants became the patricians.
• He created three centuries of equites named Ramnes (meaning
Romans), Tities (after the Sabine king) and a third
called Luceres (Etruscans). He also divided the general populace into
thirty curiae, named after thirty of the Sabine women who had
intervened to end the war between Romulus and Tatius.
The curiae formed the voting units in the Comitia Curiata.
The Province of Rome is located in the region of Lazio, Italy;
once a major port of call during the 18th century. Ancient
hilltop towns, lakes and beautiful countryside abound. The
principal tourist destination in Lazio is Rome, the city that all
roads led to for thousands of years. Medieval pilgrims,
merchants and tourists made their way to Rome and still do so
today. This ancient "Eternal City" is built along the banks of
the Tiber on seven hills. The city has a wealth of museums,
parks and gardens, a zoo, all in addition to the Colosseum,
Catacombs and Pantheon. And the ruins of Pompeii are
astounding. Throw some coins in Trevi Fountain, view the
Basilica of San Giovanni in Lateran. All this and more.
Whether seeking a religious epiphany, a historic tour of
ancient ruins or just there for the sights and sounds of the city,
a tour of the Vatican City, the food and wine or just passing
through, the ambience will overwhelm and delight the senses.
This is a map of Italy that identifies the province of Rome.
The province of Rome is a part of the Lazio (Latium) region
According to some
sources the religion
of the very earliest
Romans was simple
animism: beliefs
were centered
around spirits
which were not
personified. Modern
sources however
have rejected this
theory, stating
instead that belief
in the Roman gods
was present in the
very earliest
religion.
Many Greek gods andMany Greek gods and
rituals became a part ofrituals became a part of
Roman religion, andRoman religion, and
through study of Greekthrough study of Greek
art, literature andart, literature and
mythology, many Greekmythology, many Greek
gods came to begods came to be
identified with Romanidentified with Roman
gods.gods.
The early Romans hadThe early Romans had
no religious temples orno religious temples or
statues to honor thestatues to honor the
spirits or gods. The firstspirits or gods. The first
temples and statues oftemples and statues of
gods in Rome were builtgods in Rome were built
by Etruscan kings. Theby Etruscan kings. The
first of these, a templefirst of these, a temple
on Capitoline hill, wason Capitoline hill, was
built to honor Jupiter,built to honor Jupiter,
Juno, and Minerva.Juno, and Minerva.
Roman clothes were made of
wool, spun into cloth by the
women of the family. Later on
the richer people had slaves to
do this work for them. If you
could afford to buy clothes, you
could buy linen, cotton or silk,
which was brought to Rome
from other parts of the Empire.
Washing clothes was difficult
because the Romans did not
have washing machines or soap
powder. They used either a
chemical called sulphur or urine.
These are the clothes that
Romans woreThe Toga.
This man is wearing a toga. Only male citizens of
Rome were allowed to wear togas. They were made
out of wool and were very large. The material was not
sewn or pinned but was draped around the body and
over one arm. Togas were very expensive because of
the large amount of material needed to make them
and very heavy. It was the law that all citizens wore
togas for public events. They were even told which
colour of toga they had to wear:
A plain white toga was worn by all adult male citizens.
An off-white toga with a purple border was worn by
magistrates and upper class boys
A toga made of dark coloured wool was worn after
someone had died
A bleached toga was worn by politicians
A purple toga with gold embroidery was worn by a
victorious general and later by emperors.
In later times it became more acceptable to wear
togas of different colours with embroidery  but this
was frowned on by those who preferred to keep to the
established order.
Jewellery
Men were only allowed to wear one
piece of jewellery - a ring that was
used to make a mark in wax for sealing
documents. However, many ignored
the rules and wore several rings and
brooches to pin their cloaks.
 
Hairstyles
All men had their hair cut short and
shaved. After the time of Hadrian some
men began growing beards.
 
Its average annual temperature is above 20 °C (68 °F) during the day
and 10 °C (50 °F) at night. In the coldest month – January, the average
temperature is 12 °C (54 °F) during the day and 3 °C(37 °F) at night. In the
warmest months – July and August, the average temperature is 30
°C (86 °F) during the day and 18 °C (64 °F) at night.
Traditionally, many businesses were accustomed to closing during August,
while Romans flocked to holiday resorts in Italy and abroad. In more
recent years, however, in response to growing tourism and changing work
habits, the city has been staying open for the whole summer.
December, January and February are the coldest months, with average
temperatures around 12.5 °C (54.5 °F) during the day and 3.6
°C (38.5 °F) at night. Temperatures generally vary between 10 and 15 °C
(50 and 59 °F) during the day and between 3 and 5 °C (37 and 41 °F) at
night, with colder or warmer spells occurring frequently. Snowfall is rare
but not unheard of, with light snow or flurries occurring almost every
winter, generally without accumulation, and major snowfalls once every 20
or 25 years (the last one in 2012).
Rome's cuisine has evolved through centuries and periods of social, cultural,
and political changes. Rome became a major gastronomical centre
during Ancient Rome. Ancient Roman Cuisine was highly influenced by
Ancient Greek culture, and after, the empire's enormous expansion exposed
Romans to many new, provincial culinary habits and cooking techniques. In
the beginning, the differences between social classes were not very great, but
disparities developed with the empire's growth. Later, during
the Renaissance, Rome became well known as a centre of high-cuisine, since
some of the best chefs of the time, worked for the popes. An example of this
could be Bartolomeo Scappi, who was a chef, working for Pius IV in the
Vatican kitchen, and he acquired fame in 1570 when his cookbook Opera
dell'arte del cucinare was published. In the book he lists approximately 1000
recipes of the Renaissance cuisine and describes cooking techniques and tools,
giving the first known picture of a fork. Today, the city is home to numerous
formidable and traditional Italian dishes. A Jewish influence can be seen, as
Jews have lived in Rome since the 1st century BCE. Vegetables,
especially globe artichokes, are common. 
Rome is a nation-wide and major international centre for
higher education, containing numerous academies,
colleges and universities. According to the City Brands
Index, Rome is considered the world's second most
historically, educationally and culturally of universities
and colleges. Its first university, La Sapiens (founded in
1303), is the largest in Europe and the second-largest in
the world, with more than 140,000 students attending; in
2005 it ranked as Europe's 33rd best university and
currently ranks amongst Europe's 50 and the world's 150
best colleges. In order to decrease the overcrowding of La
Sapiens, two new public universities were founded during
the last decades: Tor Vergas a in 1982, and Roma Tree in
1992. Rome hosts also the LUISS School of Government,
Italy's most important graduate university in the areas of
international affairs and European studies.
One place of interest in Rome was
built in 126 AD. The Pantheon,
which stands for “Temple of All
gods” is the oldest dome structure in
Rome that is still standing. It was
given to the Pope Boniface IV by the
Emperor. The Pope converted it to a
church, and in the Renaissance
period, it was used as the final
resting place for many of Rome’s
famous artists like Raphael. Also
buried in the Pantheon are two
Italian kings and one queen.
The Pantheon is the best example
and preserved building from the
ancient Roman era. In fact, it has
been studied and copied in buildings
all around the globe.
Drop a coin, and you will be back. The trick
here is that you should face your back to the
fountain, and throw the coin over your
shoulder and into the fountain. It’s a quaint
legend that sound a little silly, but then just
for the heck of, you should. It’s part of the
charm of the Trevi Fountain, and a definite
place of interest in Rome.
The Trevi Fountain has been used in so
many movies and videos because of its beauty
and magnificence. It is by far, the most
wonderful fountain in all of Rome. The
backdrop of the fountain has a sculpture of
Neptune riding a chariot that is being pulled
by a couple of sea horses.
Each of the two sea horses represent the
ever changing moods you will see on the sea.
On the left of Neptune you will see a statue.
This is Abundance. The statue on the right is
Salubrity.
The Colosseum, or the Colise originally
the Flavian Amphitheatre (Latin: Amphitheatrum
Flavium, Italian Anfiteatro Flavio or Colosseo), is
an elliptical amphitheatre in the centre of the city
of Rome, Italy, the largest ever built in the Roman
Empire. It is considered one of the greatest works
of Roman architecture and Roman engineering.
Occupying a site just east of the Roman
Forum, its construction started in 72 AD under
the emperor Vespasian and was completed in 80
AD under Titus, with further modifications being
made during Domitian's reign (81–96). The name
"Amphitheatrum Flavium" derives from both
Vespasian's and Titus's family name (Flavius, from
the gens Flavia).
Capable of seating 50,000 spectators, the
Colosseum was used for gladiatorial contests and
public spectacles such as mock sea battles, animal
hunts, executions, re-enactments of famous
battles, and dramas based on Classical mythology.
•The Seven Hills of Rome east of the river Tiber form the geographical
heart of Rome, within the walls of the ancient city.
The seven hills are:
* Aventine Hill (Aventinus)
* Caelian Hill (Caelius)
* Capitoline Hill (Capitolinus)
* Esquiline Hill (Esquilinus)
* Palatine Hill (Palatinus)
* Quirinal Hill (Quirinalis)
* Viminal Hill (Viminalis)
The original city was held by tradition to have been founded by Romulus
on the Palatine Hill.
The seven hills of early Rome – the Cermalus, Palatium, and Velia (the
three peaks of the Palatine Hill), the Cispius, Fagutalis, and Oppius (the
three peaks of the Esquiline Hill), and the Sucusa – figured prominently in
Roman mythology, religion, and politics.
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City of rome

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  • 3. The history of Rome spans 2800 years of the existence of a city that grew from a small Italian village in the 9th century BC into the centre of a vast civilization that dominated the Mediterranean region for centuries. It is one of the oldest named cities in the world. Its political power was eventually replaced by that of peoples of mostly Germanic origin, marking the beginning of the Middle Ages. Rome became the seat of the Roman Catholi Church and the home of a sovereign state, the Vatican City, within its walls. Today it is the capital of Italy, an international worldwide political and cultural centre, a major global city, and is regarded as one of the most beautiful cities of the ancient world. The traditional date for the founding of Rome, based on a mythological account, is 21 April 753 BC, and the city and surrounding region of Latium has continued to be inhabited with little interruption since around that time.
  • 4. •There is archaeological evidence of human occupation of the Rome area from at least 14,000 years, but the dense layer of much younger debris obscures Paleolithic and Neolithic sites. Evidence of stone tools, pottery and stone weapons attest to at least 10,000 years of human presence. The power of the well known tale of Rome's legendary foundation tends also to deflect attention from its actual, and much more ancient, origins.
  • 5. •The origin of the city's name is thought to be that of the reputed founder and first ruler, the legendary Romulus. It is said that Romulus and his twin brother Remus, orphans who were suckled and raised by a she-wolf, decided to build a city. After an argument, Romulus killed Remus and named the city Rome, after himself. After founding and naming (as the story goes) Rome, he permitted men of all classes to come to Rome as citizens, including slaves and freemen without distinction.After the ensuing war with the Sabines, Romulus shared the kingship with the Sabine king Titus Tatius.Romulus selected 100 of the most noble men to form the Roman senate as an advisory council to the king. These men he called patres, and their descendants became the patricians. • He created three centuries of equites named Ramnes (meaning Romans), Tities (after the Sabine king) and a third called Luceres (Etruscans). He also divided the general populace into thirty curiae, named after thirty of the Sabine women who had intervened to end the war between Romulus and Tatius. The curiae formed the voting units in the Comitia Curiata.
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  • 8. The Province of Rome is located in the region of Lazio, Italy; once a major port of call during the 18th century. Ancient hilltop towns, lakes and beautiful countryside abound. The principal tourist destination in Lazio is Rome, the city that all roads led to for thousands of years. Medieval pilgrims, merchants and tourists made their way to Rome and still do so today. This ancient "Eternal City" is built along the banks of the Tiber on seven hills. The city has a wealth of museums, parks and gardens, a zoo, all in addition to the Colosseum, Catacombs and Pantheon. And the ruins of Pompeii are astounding. Throw some coins in Trevi Fountain, view the Basilica of San Giovanni in Lateran. All this and more. Whether seeking a religious epiphany, a historic tour of ancient ruins or just there for the sights and sounds of the city, a tour of the Vatican City, the food and wine or just passing through, the ambience will overwhelm and delight the senses. This is a map of Italy that identifies the province of Rome. The province of Rome is a part of the Lazio (Latium) region
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  • 10. According to some sources the religion of the very earliest Romans was simple animism: beliefs were centered around spirits which were not personified. Modern sources however have rejected this theory, stating instead that belief in the Roman gods was present in the very earliest religion.
  • 11. Many Greek gods andMany Greek gods and rituals became a part ofrituals became a part of Roman religion, andRoman religion, and through study of Greekthrough study of Greek art, literature andart, literature and mythology, many Greekmythology, many Greek gods came to begods came to be identified with Romanidentified with Roman gods.gods. The early Romans hadThe early Romans had no religious temples orno religious temples or statues to honor thestatues to honor the spirits or gods. The firstspirits or gods. The first temples and statues oftemples and statues of gods in Rome were builtgods in Rome were built by Etruscan kings. Theby Etruscan kings. The first of these, a templefirst of these, a temple on Capitoline hill, wason Capitoline hill, was built to honor Jupiter,built to honor Jupiter, Juno, and Minerva.Juno, and Minerva.
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  • 13. Roman clothes were made of wool, spun into cloth by the women of the family. Later on the richer people had slaves to do this work for them. If you could afford to buy clothes, you could buy linen, cotton or silk, which was brought to Rome from other parts of the Empire. Washing clothes was difficult because the Romans did not have washing machines or soap powder. They used either a chemical called sulphur or urine. These are the clothes that Romans woreThe Toga.
  • 14. This man is wearing a toga. Only male citizens of Rome were allowed to wear togas. They were made out of wool and were very large. The material was not sewn or pinned but was draped around the body and over one arm. Togas were very expensive because of the large amount of material needed to make them and very heavy. It was the law that all citizens wore togas for public events. They were even told which colour of toga they had to wear: A plain white toga was worn by all adult male citizens. An off-white toga with a purple border was worn by magistrates and upper class boys A toga made of dark coloured wool was worn after someone had died A bleached toga was worn by politicians A purple toga with gold embroidery was worn by a victorious general and later by emperors. In later times it became more acceptable to wear togas of different colours with embroidery  but this was frowned on by those who preferred to keep to the established order.
  • 15. Jewellery Men were only allowed to wear one piece of jewellery - a ring that was used to make a mark in wax for sealing documents. However, many ignored the rules and wore several rings and brooches to pin their cloaks.   Hairstyles All men had their hair cut short and shaved. After the time of Hadrian some men began growing beards.  
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  • 17. Its average annual temperature is above 20 °C (68 °F) during the day and 10 °C (50 °F) at night. In the coldest month – January, the average temperature is 12 °C (54 °F) during the day and 3 °C(37 °F) at night. In the warmest months – July and August, the average temperature is 30 °C (86 °F) during the day and 18 °C (64 °F) at night. Traditionally, many businesses were accustomed to closing during August, while Romans flocked to holiday resorts in Italy and abroad. In more recent years, however, in response to growing tourism and changing work habits, the city has been staying open for the whole summer. December, January and February are the coldest months, with average temperatures around 12.5 °C (54.5 °F) during the day and 3.6 °C (38.5 °F) at night. Temperatures generally vary between 10 and 15 °C (50 and 59 °F) during the day and between 3 and 5 °C (37 and 41 °F) at night, with colder or warmer spells occurring frequently. Snowfall is rare but not unheard of, with light snow or flurries occurring almost every winter, generally without accumulation, and major snowfalls once every 20 or 25 years (the last one in 2012).
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  • 20. Rome's cuisine has evolved through centuries and periods of social, cultural, and political changes. Rome became a major gastronomical centre during Ancient Rome. Ancient Roman Cuisine was highly influenced by Ancient Greek culture, and after, the empire's enormous expansion exposed Romans to many new, provincial culinary habits and cooking techniques. In the beginning, the differences between social classes were not very great, but disparities developed with the empire's growth. Later, during the Renaissance, Rome became well known as a centre of high-cuisine, since some of the best chefs of the time, worked for the popes. An example of this could be Bartolomeo Scappi, who was a chef, working for Pius IV in the Vatican kitchen, and he acquired fame in 1570 when his cookbook Opera dell'arte del cucinare was published. In the book he lists approximately 1000 recipes of the Renaissance cuisine and describes cooking techniques and tools, giving the first known picture of a fork. Today, the city is home to numerous formidable and traditional Italian dishes. A Jewish influence can be seen, as Jews have lived in Rome since the 1st century BCE. Vegetables, especially globe artichokes, are common. 
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  • 23. Rome is a nation-wide and major international centre for higher education, containing numerous academies, colleges and universities. According to the City Brands Index, Rome is considered the world's second most historically, educationally and culturally of universities and colleges. Its first university, La Sapiens (founded in 1303), is the largest in Europe and the second-largest in the world, with more than 140,000 students attending; in 2005 it ranked as Europe's 33rd best university and currently ranks amongst Europe's 50 and the world's 150 best colleges. In order to decrease the overcrowding of La Sapiens, two new public universities were founded during the last decades: Tor Vergas a in 1982, and Roma Tree in 1992. Rome hosts also the LUISS School of Government, Italy's most important graduate university in the areas of international affairs and European studies.
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  • 25. One place of interest in Rome was built in 126 AD. The Pantheon, which stands for “Temple of All gods” is the oldest dome structure in Rome that is still standing. It was given to the Pope Boniface IV by the Emperor. The Pope converted it to a church, and in the Renaissance period, it was used as the final resting place for many of Rome’s famous artists like Raphael. Also buried in the Pantheon are two Italian kings and one queen. The Pantheon is the best example and preserved building from the ancient Roman era. In fact, it has been studied and copied in buildings all around the globe.
  • 26. Drop a coin, and you will be back. The trick here is that you should face your back to the fountain, and throw the coin over your shoulder and into the fountain. It’s a quaint legend that sound a little silly, but then just for the heck of, you should. It’s part of the charm of the Trevi Fountain, and a definite place of interest in Rome. The Trevi Fountain has been used in so many movies and videos because of its beauty and magnificence. It is by far, the most wonderful fountain in all of Rome. The backdrop of the fountain has a sculpture of Neptune riding a chariot that is being pulled by a couple of sea horses. Each of the two sea horses represent the ever changing moods you will see on the sea. On the left of Neptune you will see a statue. This is Abundance. The statue on the right is Salubrity.
  • 27. The Colosseum, or the Colise originally the Flavian Amphitheatre (Latin: Amphitheatrum Flavium, Italian Anfiteatro Flavio or Colosseo), is an elliptical amphitheatre in the centre of the city of Rome, Italy, the largest ever built in the Roman Empire. It is considered one of the greatest works of Roman architecture and Roman engineering. Occupying a site just east of the Roman Forum, its construction started in 72 AD under the emperor Vespasian and was completed in 80 AD under Titus, with further modifications being made during Domitian's reign (81–96). The name "Amphitheatrum Flavium" derives from both Vespasian's and Titus's family name (Flavius, from the gens Flavia). Capable of seating 50,000 spectators, the Colosseum was used for gladiatorial contests and public spectacles such as mock sea battles, animal hunts, executions, re-enactments of famous battles, and dramas based on Classical mythology.
  • 28. •The Seven Hills of Rome east of the river Tiber form the geographical heart of Rome, within the walls of the ancient city. The seven hills are: * Aventine Hill (Aventinus) * Caelian Hill (Caelius) * Capitoline Hill (Capitolinus) * Esquiline Hill (Esquilinus) * Palatine Hill (Palatinus) * Quirinal Hill (Quirinalis) * Viminal Hill (Viminalis) The original city was held by tradition to have been founded by Romulus on the Palatine Hill. The seven hills of early Rome – the Cermalus, Palatium, and Velia (the three peaks of the Palatine Hill), the Cispius, Fagutalis, and Oppius (the three peaks of the Esquiline Hill), and the Sucusa – figured prominently in Roman mythology, religion, and politics.