mine: rome

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[Ancient Rome | Regal period | notes]

Although my Latin magistra says that there will be 4 people per team for the njcl certamen thing but… I think I will be the only one who actually care and the I only one who’s doing something because GEEZ those questions are detained😂

ig: studying.toast

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Il Colosseo || Rome, Italy

When it was built it was commonly referred to as the Flavian Amphitheatre, in honour of the dynasty of the emperors, under whose reign it was built - Vespasian and Titus. The Colosseum first opened doors in 80 AD, and is the largest amphitheatre ever built. Its modern day name is derived from the 35-meter bronze statue of Nero that once stood in its vicinity and was known as the Colossus. The statue eventually fell, the bronze it was made of was reused, but the Colosseum has stood the test of time, although not quite in the form the ancient Romans were used to seeing it - the statues that once decorated its facade are long lost, its retractable roof is gone, yet it has not lost that awe-inspiring aura that mesmerizes people from all around the globe.

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Period Drama Meme: Television Series Pilots

(3/5) Rome│“The Stolen Eagle”

Caesar is my brother by sacred oath. I know his heart. He is my friend and a faithful son of the Republic, and until anyone proves that he is not, I will never betray him.