English Crap

1. Port/ford that provided safe anchorage, good for sea traffic, one of fewer harbours, best situation to protect Rome from invasion, capable of allowing moderate vessels to sail, provided protection from pirates.
  2. Rome’s northern neighbours are the Gaul’s.
  3. The word emporium means a place of trade or commercial centres. In our modern terms the Tiber emporium is like Australia’s Canberra, the main point of power, the controlling point of Rome.
  4. The reason why Tiber is so suited to the theme of commerce is due to the ease of access in terms of location but also the geographical location.
  5. The disadvantages of Rome are the accessible location.
Aventine Hill: This hill is where Remus chose to live. In historical times it was the home of the plebeans, who built a temple to Ceres in the 5th century BCE. It also had temples for Liber and Libera.
Caelian Hill:   Mons/Collis Caelius   Many of Rome's elite lived on this hill during the Roman Republic
Capitoline Hill: Mons/Collis Capitolinus
This hill was the site of many of Rome's earliest fortresses. It was also the hill of the government. The temples of Jupiter Optimus Maximus, Juno Moneta, and Concord are located on this hill.
Esquiline: Mons/Collis Esquilinus
This hill had a walled city on it since at least the 700s BCE.
Palatine: Mons/Collis Palatinus
This hill is the hill of Romulus. In Classical times it was the hill where Rome's rich and powerful chose to live. Walled villages and tombs have been found here, and the people who lived in those villages seem to be dominant to their contemporaries since the 700s BCE. The temple of Magna Mater is located on the Palatine.
Quirinal: Mons/Collis Quirinalis
It is on this hill that the Sabines once lived and built their city. Archaeological evidence supports habitation of this hill since at least the 8th century BCE through tomb and walled village excavations.
Viminalis: Mons/Collis Viminalis
This is the smallest of the...