|Map of the
"Roma Caput Mundi", or 'Rome, capital
of the world', is not a legend. Its history as a capital has been recorded in writing,
inscriptions, monuments, and secular images of antique Rome.
Here is a schematic reconstruction of the
principal events that have marked the history of this civilization:
here for the chronological table
here for the geographic map through various centuries
Enter into the knowledge of antique Rome through
these brief chapters:
> From village to
metropolis: a brief history of Rome.
> Rome Caput Mundi:
chronological table of historical events and map of the Empire
> Panem and Circenses:
entertainment, fundamental element for politics
> Rome and the
development of the Christian Catholic religion
> Index of the
In the other chapters you can find: news
bulletins on archeological excavation advancements made in the in the Imperial Forum zone;
WebView in direct contact with the Forums; the reconstruction of antique buildings;
sayings and characteristics of the Antique Romans. Select the chapter from the four titles
in the black column on the right.