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Forum Of Nerva: The Forum of Nerva was the fourth and smallest of the imperial fora. Its construction was started by Emperor Domitian before the year 85 AD, but officially completed and opened by his successor, Nerva, in 97 AD, hence its official name

Forum Of Nerva: The Forum of Nerva was the fourth and smallest of the imperial fora. Its construction was started by Emperor Domitian before the year 85 AD, but officially completed and opened by his successor, Nerva, in 97 AD, hence its official name

2# The Forum Romanum in the Imperial Period 1)Tabularium; 2) Tullianum; 3) Temple of Concord; 4) Temple of Vespasian; 5) Portico Dii Consentes; 6) Arch of Septimius Severus; 7) Umbilicus Urbis; 8) Rostra; 9) Temple of Saturn; 10) Curia Julia; 11) Lacus Curtius; 12) Basilica Julia; 13) Basilica Aemilia; 14) Shrine of Venus Cloacina;  15) Temple of Divus Julius; 16) Arch of Augustus; 17) Temple of the Castors; 18) Temple of Ant0ninus and Faustina; 19) Regia; 20) Temple of Vesta; 21) Fountain…

2# The Forum Romanum in the Imperial Period 1)Tabularium; 2) Tullianum; 3) Temple of Concord; 4) Temple of Vespasian; 5) Portico Dii Consentes; 6) Arch of Septimius Severus; 7) Umbilicus Urbis; 8) Rostra; 9) Temple of Saturn; 10) Curia Julia; 11) Lacus Curtius; 12) Basilica Julia; 13) Basilica Aemilia; 14) Shrine of Venus Cloacina; 15) Temple of Divus Julius; 16) Arch of Augustus; 17) Temple of the Castors; 18) Temple of Ant0ninus and Faustina; 19) Regia; 20) Temple of Vesta; 21) Fountain…

Lupercale - the cave where Romulus and Remus were fed by Acca Laurentia, discovered in 2007.

Lupercale - the cave where Romulus and Remus were fed by Acca Laurentia, discovered in 2007.

A security man walks inside a room at the House of Augustus on the Palatine hill in Rome on Sept 17, 2014. Lavishly frescoed rooms in the houses of the Roman Emperor Augustus and his wife Livia are opening for the first time to the public Thursday, after years of painstaking restoration. -- PHOTO: AFP

A security man walks inside a room at the House of Augustus on the Palatine hill in Rome on Sept 17, 2014. Lavishly frescoed rooms in the houses of the Roman Emperor Augustus and his wife Livia are opening for the first time to the public Thursday, after years of painstaking restoration. -- PHOTO: AFP

The Domus Augustana on the Palatine Hill was a magnificent palace used as the residence of Rome’s emperors. Built by the Emperor Domitian, the incredible remains of the Domus Augustana include a remarkable courtyard with the remnants of a fountain and many of its walls (see matching artist's reconstruction for an idea of what it looked like in its heyday).

The Domus Augustana on the Palatine Hill was a magnificent palace used as the residence of Rome’s emperors. Built by the Emperor Domitian, the incredible remains of the Domus Augustana include a remarkable courtyard with the remnants of a fountain and many of its walls (see matching artist's reconstruction for an idea of what it looked like in its heyday).

Remains of the Roman Imperial Palaces on the top of the Palatine Hill (8), via Flickr.

Remains of the Roman Imperial Palaces on the top of the Palatine Hill (8), via Flickr.

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Ancient Rome interior | The Baths of Caracalla | Completed in 216 A.D. | Named after the emperor Caracalla

Visitare Roma: Le Terme di Caracalla

Ancient Rome interior | The Baths of Caracalla | Completed in 216 A.D. | Named after the emperor Caracalla

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The seven-level ramp was built by Emperor Domitian in the first century AD to serve as a majestic entrance into his palace.

Walk Along 2,000-Year-Old Ramp As Roman Emperors Did

The seven-level ramp was built by Emperor Domitian in the first century AD to serve as a majestic entrance into his palace.

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