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Plan of the Forum of Trajan

Plan of the Forum of Trajan

ancient centre of Rome map....including Circus Maximus, Pallintine hill and Roman Forum area

ancient centre of Rome map....including Circus Maximus, Pallintine hill and Roman Forum area

How the Romans saw their world. If you turn it North up it's mostly right. The edges ar too cold or too far or in the case of the rest of Africa too hard to live in with there lifestyle. Too many diamonds would ruin their social construct and world trade anyway.

How the Romans saw their world. If you turn it North up it's mostly right. The edges ar too cold or too far or in the case of the rest of Africa too hard to live in with there lifestyle. Too many diamonds would ruin their social construct and world trade anyway.

Historical Timeline Wall Chart World History - we could do a wall chart for the history of data science

Historical Timeline Wall Chart World History - we could do a wall chart for the history of data science

TRAJAN'S COLUMN - The victory of the Roman emperor Trajan over the Dacians in back-to-back wars. By Fernando Baptista, Daniela Santamarina and Emily Eng. Published on April 2015.

TRAJAN'S COLUMN - The victory of the Roman emperor Trajan over the Dacians in back-to-back wars. By Fernando Baptista, Daniela Santamarina and Emily Eng. Published on April 2015.

Trajan's market, Rome. Placed outside the high walls of the Forum while acting as the 'poche'/ground  to the Forum's figure. Built into the hills in multiple levels with cast concrete structure_gp

Trajan's market, Rome. Placed outside the high walls of the Forum while acting as the 'poche'/ground to the Forum's figure. Built into the hills in multiple levels with cast concrete structure_gp

Antique print: picture of Trajan's Column and town square - Forum et Column Traiani Imp.

Antique print: picture of Trajan's Column and town square - Forum et Column Traiani Imp.

Daily life around a Roman insula. Roman apartment buildings contained vendors on the first floor and living quarters on the floors above. The apartments in the insulae lacked most basic amenities, such as kitchens and bathrooms. As a result, Romans lived a highly communal lifestyle. The lower classes used public baths and toilets, ate in restaurants, and spent leisure time in common spaces, like the forum.

Daily life around a Roman insula. Roman apartment buildings contained vendors on the first floor and living quarters on the floors above. The apartments in the insulae lacked most basic amenities, such as kitchens and bathrooms. As a result, Romans lived a highly communal lifestyle. The lower classes used public baths and toilets, ate in restaurants, and spent leisure time in common spaces, like the forum.

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