Archaeological Sites in Rome

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Archaeological Sites in Rome

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Name Category Location
 
Arco di Costantino
This majestic arch was erected in AD 315 to...
Archaeological Sites Colosseum and Environs
 
Basilica di Massenzio
Only about one-third of the original of this...
Archaeological Sites Roman Forum
 
Basilica Emilia
Once a great colonnaded hall, this served as a...
Archaeological Sites Roman Forum
 
Basilica Giulia
The Basilica Giulia owes its name to Julius...
Archaeological Sites Roman Forum
 
Belvedere Tarpeo
In ancient Roman times, traitors were hurled from...
Archaeological Sites Campidoglio
 
Case Romane del Celio
Formerly accessible only through the church of...
Archaeological Sites Celio
 
Circo di Massenzio
Of the Circus of Maxentius, built in AD 309,...
Archaeological Sites Via Appia Antica
 
Circo Massimo
From the belvedere of the Domus Flavia, you can...
Archaeological Sites Palatine Hill
 
The Colosseum
The most spectacular extant edifice of ancient...
Archaeological Sites Colosseum and Environs
 
Comitium
The open space in front of the Curia was the...
Archaeological Sites Roman Forum
 
Curia
This large brick structure next to the Arch of...
Archaeological Sites Roman Forum
 
Domus Aurea
Legend has it that Nero famously fiddled while...
Archaeological Sites Colosseum and Environs
 
Foro di Augusto
These ruins, along with those of the Foro di...
Archaeological Sites Imperial Forums
 
Foro di Cesare
To try to rival the original Roman Forum, Julius...
Archaeological Sites Imperial Forums
 
Foro di Traiano
Of all the Imperial Fora complexes, Trajan's was...
Archaeological Sites Imperial Forums
 
Imperial Forums
A complex of five grandly conceived squares...
Archaeological Sites Imperial Forums
 
Le Domus Romane di Palazzo Valentini
If you find your imagination stretching to...
Archaeological Sites Piazza Di Spagna
 
Palatine Hill
Just beyond the Arch of Titus, the Clivus...
Archaeological Sites Palatine Hill
 
The Roman Forum
From the entrance on Via dei Fori Imperali,...
Archaeological Sites Roman Forum
 
Stadio Palatino
Domitian may have created this vast, open space...
Archaeological Sites Palatine Hill
 
Teatro di Marcello
Begun by Julius Caesar and completed by the...
Archaeological Sites Jewish Ghetto
 
Tempio di Castore e Polluce
The sole three remaining Corinthian columns of...
Archaeological Sites Roman Forum
 
Tempio di Vesta
While just a fragment of the original building,...
Archaeological Sites Roman Forum
 
Terme di Caracalla
The Terme di Caracalla are some of Rome's most...
Archaeological Sites Aventino
 
Via Sacra
The celebrated basalt-paved road that loops...
Archaeological Sites Roman Forum
 
Villa dei Quintili
Even in ruins, this splendid, 52-room villa...
Archaeological Sites Via Appia Antica

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