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Rome is an Italian city of 2 857 321 inhabitants, capital of the Lazio region and Italy. It is the most populous municipality in Italy and the fourth most populous city in the European Union. By antonomasia, it has been known since ancient times as the City. It is also called "The Eternal City" (in Italian: Città Eterna).
In the course of its history, which covers three millennia, it has extended its dominions over the entire Mediterranean basin and much of Europe, the Middle East and North Africa. As the capital of the Roman Empire, it was the first major metropolis of humanity, the center of one of the most important ancient civilizations. It influenced society, culture, language, literature, music, art, architecture, philosophy, gastronomy, religion, law and morals of successive centuries.
It is the city with the highest concentration of historical and architectural assets in the world; its historical center delimited by the perimeter marked by the Aurelian walls, overlapping footprints of three millennia, is the maximum
expression of the historical, artistic and cultural heritage of the western world. In 1980, together with the extraterritorial properties of the Holy See that are located in the city and the basilica of St. Paul Outside the Walls, it was included in the list of the Heritage of the Humanity of Unesco.
Rome is the geographical heart of the Catholic religion, the holy city of Catholicism and pilgrimage destination (Roman roads) and also the only city in the world that has an autonomous state entity inside: the Vatican City enclave, which is located under the temporal power of the Pope. For this reason it has also been known as the capital of two States.
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The imperial forums (Fori Imperiali in Italian) are a succession of extensions of the Roman forum made during the end of the republican era and the beginning of the imperial era. Different emperors erected their own forums to form a vast complex in the center of Rome.
The complex consists of four imperial forums: César Forum, Augusto Forum, Nerva Forum and Trajan Forum, made due to the growing demand for political and administrative centers for both the state and the city, and also for the desire to count with more solemn representative centers.
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The Gemonías stairs (in Latin: Scalae Gemoniae, in Italian, Scale Gemonie) were a flight of steps located in the ancient city of Rome. Nicknamed Stairs of mourning, they are sadly famous in Roman history as a place of execution.
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The Trajan Column or Trajan's Column (in Italian, Colonna Traiana) is a memorial erected in Rome by order of Emperor Trajan. It is located in the Forum of Trajan, near the Quirinal, north of the Roman Forum. Concluded in the year 113, it is a 30-meter high column (38 including the pedestal on which it rests) covered by a spiral bas-relief that commemorates Trajan's victories against the Dacians (now Romania).
The column consists of 18 huge blocks of Carrara marble, each of which weighs approximately 40 tons and has a diameter of about four meters. The complete sculptural frieze measures about 200 m and goes around the column 23 times. Inside it, a spiral staircase with 185 steps allows access to a viewing platform at the top.
Originally the column was topped with the statue of a bird, possibly an eagle, and later a statue of Trajan himself was placed in its place. In 1588 and by order of Pope Sixtus V, it was replaced by a statue of St. Peter, which is still preserved.
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Province of Rome
The province of Rome (in Italian: province of Rome)? It was a province of the Lazio region in Italy. Its capital was the city of Rome, which is also the capital of the republic.
It had an area of 5,352 km² and a total population of 4,197,209 inhabitants (January 2011).
On January 1, 2015, it was replaced by the metropolitan city of Rome Capital.
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The Ulpia Basilica is a historic building in the center of Rome. It was the work of the architect Apollodorus of Damascus. It was a basilica of enormous dimensions, of five ships, with the column of Trajan that still is conserved in the place, and with two opposed apses.
It is a basilica that is part of the forum and takes its name from the dynasty of Emperor Trajan. It closed the northwestern side of the complex, being the largest building in it. It was sacked in the Middle Ages: its marbles were torn up to build the churches and houses that were later erected on top. Today it is buried almost entirely.
It was an administrative building, which was used for the administration of Justice and commerce. The name of the basilica was then unfailingly linked to the Christian religion, turning the Roman architectural models of the basilica into the construction of churches.
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The Forum of Trajan (in Latin, Forum Traiani) is a forum by the Roman emperor Trajan, which is part of the vast complex of imperial forums in the city of Rome. Its construction, carried out between 107 and 112 was in charge of the architect Apollodorus of Damascus.
This spectacular complex is the largest Forum in Rome. It has the arcaded square, the Ulpia Basilica, the Trajan column and the Temple of Trajan. Trajan's forum is chronologically the last of the imperial forums of Rome.
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Capitoline Hill (Capitolinus Mons), or Plaza del Capitolio or Monte Capitolio, between the Forum and the Campo Marcio or Mars, is one of the most famous and tall of the seven hills of Rome. The Spanish word capitol comes from Capitoline Hill.
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The tabular (in Latin, Tabularium) is the name given by archaeologists to a set of Roman-era buildings located at the northwest corner of the Roman Forum, on the slopes of the Arx, one of the two summits of the Capitoline hill, including a Republican-era building that served as a tabularium proper, an annex to the Temple of Saturn and the official office of the archives of Ancient Rome, a structure supported by arches and a terrace occupied by three temples, turned to the Roman Forum. At the time of the Empire, the annex of the temple of Saturn was demolished and replaced by the portico of the Counseling Gods. The complex takes its name from the term tabulae, the wax tablets used at this time and is stored in the archives offices.
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Pontifical Gregorian University
The Pontifical Gregorian University, heiress and continuator of the Roman College founded by Saint Ignatius of Loyola, is an Ecclesiastical University, entrusted to the Society of Jesus, and therefore based on the Ignatian spirit.
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Residenza Romana Zucchelli
Temple of Concord (Rome)
The Temple of Concord (in Latin: Aedes Concordiae under the Republic then Aedes Concordiae Augustae under the Empire) in the ancient city of Rome was the main temple of the city dedicated to the goddess of Concord. It is in the Roman Forum.
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Temple of Vespasiano and Tito
The Temple of Vespasian and Titus or Temple of Vespasian (in Latin, Templum Vespasiani et Titi and Templum Divi Vespasiani, respectively; in Italian, Tempio di Vespasiano) is a temple in the Forum, Rome, dedicated to the imperial cult of Emperor Vespasian, deified by the Senate shortly after his death. The temple was started by Tito in 79, but his brother, also emperor, Domitian, finished it in about 87.
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Spanish School of History and Archeology in Rome
The Spanish School of History and Archeology in Rome (EEHAR) is a Spanish cultural institution based in Rome, Italy, under the Higher Council for Scientific Research, dedicated to historical research in relation to the history of Italy itself, as well as to the derived from the Spanish presence in that country, responsible for the custody of Spanish heritage in it.
The center is attached to the Unione Internazionale degli Istituti di Archeologia, Storia and Storia dell'Arte in Rome, to the Unione Romana Biblioteche Scientifiche and the Associazione Internazionale di Archeologia Classica.
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The Cloaca Máxima (Latin Cloaca Maxima or, less frequently, Maxima Cloaca) was one of the oldest sewer networks in the world. Built in ancient Rome to drain local marshes and eliminate waste from one of the most popular cities in the world, it carried a tributary to the Tiber River, which flowed along the city.
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The Capitoline Museums (in Italian: Musei Capitolini) are the main municipal civic museum in Rome. It is said «museums», in the plural, due to its origin: to the previous collections of ancient sculptures was added by Benedict XIV, in the 18th century, the Pinacoteca, also mainly Roman themed.
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The Trajan's Market (in Latin: Mercatus Traiani) is currently a large complex of ruins located in the city of Rome, on the Via del Imperial Forum (Via dei Fori Imperiali). Part of the remains of the market house a museum.
Originally conceived as a large commercial area with a semicircular plan, it was built in parallel to the Trajan Forum at the beginning of the second century, in order to consolidate the enormous clearing made on Mount Quirinal to accommodate this last forum.
This market is considered by many to be the world's first covered shopping mall.
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The Colonna Palace (in Italian: Palazzo Colonna) is a block of palatial buildings in the center of Rome, Italy, at the base of the Quirinal hill, and adjacent to the Basilica of the Holy Apostles. It is built in part on ruins of an ancient Roman Serapeum, and has belonged for more than twenty generations to the prestigious Colonna family, in whose hands it continues today. Much of its fame is due to the Great Gallery, imitated by multiple later palaces.
The oldest part of the palace dates back to the 13th century, and according to legend, it housed Dante when he visited Rome. The first documentary mention indicates that the property housed Cardinals Giovanni and Giacomo Colonna in the 1200s. It was also the house of Cardinal Oddone Colonna before ascending to the papacy as Martin V (1415-1430).
Upon death, the palace was ransacked during the riots, and the main property passed to the Della Rovere family. He returned to the Colonna when Marcantonio I Colonna married Lucrezia Gara Franciotti Della Rovere, niece of Pope Julius II. It is likely that it was the alliance of the Colonna with the power of the Habsburgs that protected the palace from looting during the sack of Rome in 1527.
With Filippo Colonna (1578-1639) reforms began to take place and a unitary complex was created around a central garden. Architects including Girolamo Rainaldi and Paolo Marucelli worked on specific projects. Only in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries the main facades were finished, one giving to the Square of the Holy Apostles and the other to the Via della Pilotta. Much of this design was completed by Antonio del Grande (including the large gallery), and Girolamo Fontana (gallery decoration). In the eighteenth century, the long and low facade designed by Nicola Michetti was raised with later additions of Paolo Posi with higher corners (in front of the Plaza of the Apostles), reminiscent of earlier structures that made it look like a building.
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Pontifical Biblical Institute
The Pontifical Biblical Institute is a private university in Rome, Italy, belonging to the Catholic Church, specializing in the study of the Bible. It is composed of two faculties: one of biblical studies and another of oriental studies.
It was created by Pope Pius X and entrusted to the Society of Jesus, through his apostolic letter Vinea elected on May 7, 1909, in fulfillment of the primary objective assigned to the Pontifical Biblical Commission in its founding Regulations.
In principle, as the only official center of higher biblical teaching in the Catholic Church, the Institute had the function of preparing for the different degrees in Sacred Scriptures conferred by the Commission. As of March 22, 1911, he was authorized to issue a diploma that enabled the student to serve as professor in the subject. Benedict XV for his apostolic letters Cum Holy Bible of 1916 granted the Institute the power to confer baccalaureate and bachelor degrees. And Pius XI, with his Motu proprio Quod maxime of 1928 extended the attributions to the granting of the doctorate. In 1930 the Institute was expanded with a new Faculty of Studies of the Ancient East with four sections: Semitic, Assyriological, Egyptian and Sanskrit.
In the headquarters of the Institute is the biblical library foreseen in the founding project of the Pontifical Biblical Commission. In 1920 the publication of the quarterly magazine "Biblical" began and since 1926 it also publishes the first monthly magazine; biweekly later "Verbum Domini" dedicated to biblical outreach, with a view primarily to helping priests; Finally, from 1932, the magazine «Orientalia, Nova series» gathers the questions related to the Ancient East.
The Institute maintains an annexed headquarters in Jerusalem, which is known for the development of archaeological projects in the area.