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Capena Gate

In 312 B.C. the censor Appius Claudius the Blind he trace the path that will take him by name and that will become the oldest and most prestigious of Roman roads that linked the Urbs to the south of Italy, from which the Roman armies out to conquer Sicily , the North Africa and the eastern Mediterranean. The first section connected Rome with Capua (132 miles), then , in 268 BC about , the road was extended to Benevento. In 190 B.C. the road is further extended to Venosa , then to Taranto and Brindisi . At the beginning of the century the emperor Trajan built the Via Appia Traiana, Benevento new route from the Adriatic. In the middle of the second century was built the arch of Drusus said , most probably of Lucius Verus . In Caracalla 212-217 passes above the Arch of Drusus the aqueduct that feeds its new spa . In 272-274 , a little beyond the arc , the Appia is cut from the walls built by Emperor Aurelian .
Since the beginning of its history, the road was enriched by monuments of various kinds - temples , altars , arches fees and especially tombs of wealthy families is that of ordinary people , and even then the early Christians who dug here some of the most famous catacombs - all landmarks that helped to create the image so distinctive of what the ancients called the queen viarum . Again in 535 the historian Procopius , who traveled, describes in excellent condition, with the paving stones of the well-polished and connected. Later they settled in the area some agricultural colonies many of them belonging to monasteries ; these were replaced in the exploitation of the territory noble families of some monuments that transformed into fortresses . The agricultural character of the area , however, was always predominant , contributing to the fragmentation of the properties among many people.
The beginning of the Via Appia was sealed immediately after the east side of the Circus Maximus, in part bordering on the Celio , from Capena Gate , the ancient gate of the Servian Wall that gave its name to the first Augustan region and that marked the origin street at the point where the walls came down from Celio to go up on the Aventine. There are none monumental remains but it is generally acknowledged fact at the beginning of the Archaeological Promenade , on the side that borders the Celio .
Outside the door tradition places the source of Camene , home of the nymph Egeria and Numa connected with the cult of Fortuna , and an altar dedicated to Fortuna Redux , in a place that had a certain relationship with ceremonies and profectio adventus of the generals.

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In 312 B.C. the censor Appius Claudius the Blind he trace the path that will take him by name and that will become the oldest and most prestigious of Roman roads that linked the Urbs to the south of Italy, from which the Roman armies out to conquer Sicily , the North Africa and the eastern Mediterranean. The first section connected Rome with Capua (132 miles), then , in 268 BC about , the road was extended to Benevento. In 190 B.C. the road is further extended to Venosa , then to Taranto and Brindisi . At the beginning of the century the emperor Trajan built the Via Appia Traiana, Benevento new route from the Adriatic. In the middle of the second century was built the arch of Drusus said , most probably of Lucius Verus . In Caracalla 212-217 passes above the Arch of Drusus the aqueduct that feeds its new spa . In 272-274 , a little beyond the arc , the Appia is cut from the walls built by Emperor Aurelian .
Since the beginning of its history, the road was enriched by monuments of various kinds - temples , altars , arches fees and especially tombs of wealthy families is that of ordinary people , and even then the early Christians who dug here some of the most famous catacombs - all landmarks that helped to create the image so distinctive of what the ancients called the queen viarum . Again in 535 the historian Procopius , who traveled, describes in excellent condition, with the paving stones of the well-polished and connected. Later they settled in the area some agricultural colonies many of them belonging to monasteries ; these were replaced in the exploitation of the territory noble families of some monuments that transformed into fortresses . The agricultural character of the area , however, was always predominant , contributing to the fragmentation of the properties among many people.
The beginning of the Via Appia was sealed immediately after the east side of the Circus Maximus, in part bordering on the Celio , from Capena Gate , the ancient gate of the Servian Wall that gave its name to the first Augustan region and that marked the origin street at the point where the walls came down from Celio to go up on the Aventine. There are none monumental remains but it is generally acknowledged fact at the beginning of the Archaeological Promenade , on the side that borders the Celio .
Outside the door tradition places the source of Camene , home of the nymph Egeria and Numa connected with the cult of Fortuna , and an altar dedicated to Fortuna Redux , in a place that had a certain relationship with ceremonies and profectio adventus of the generals.
At the door took place the ceremony of salutation of judges at the start and was the Mutatorium , the place where it was placed and took the robe paludamentum.Nel first mile of the road, not far from the Porta San Sebastiano , is one of the most distinguished tombs road , built at the beginning of the third century BC by L. Cornelius Scipio Barbatus , consul in 298 BC which contains the graves of six generations Cornelii Scipiones day , one of the most powerful families of the Roman Republic . Scipio Barbato wanted to build the mausoleum on the Appian Way just realized. His sarcophagus dominated absolutely central position in the tomb and therefore is to be recognized as one of the founder.

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The tomb was discovered in 1614 by accident, even though he already knew was there but not the precise location . In that year the enrollment was recovered the son of Scipio Barbato, then stored , as all the others, the Vatican Museums. In 1780 , the brothers Sassi , owners of the land , did the excavation for a cellar and found themselves at the tomb. The first sarcophagus was found to Publius Cornelius Scipio Africanus perhaps son , then to Lucius Cornelius Scipio, son asian . They were then conducted excavations full of galleries and places to light all the sarcophagi. The discovery made a great sensation on his contemporaries and had a major impact.
In 1926 the Municipality of Rome made a complete restoration of the monument and its facade , placing correctly, instead of the original now in the Vatican Museums , copies of the sarcophagi and inscriptions .
Released from the Aurelian Walls , the monumental certainly more interesting and suggestive is the imperial residence of Maxentius , located between the second and third mile of the Via Appia and consists of three separate buildings : the palace , the circus , the mausoleum .

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The last building examined on the first stretch of the Via Appia is the mausoleum of Cecilia Metella, contends that the complex massenziano the title of the most famous monument of the street. Placed on the third mile of the Appian Way was built in the first century BC, in honor of the daughter of Caecilius Metellus Cretico , wife of Crassus , scion of one of the richest families of Rome, that even with this building it was celebrating the power and wealth.
The tomb was decorated with a continuous frieze bucrania and garlands, which gave its name to the area around Capo di Bove in the Middle Ages . In the second century A.D. the area was in possession of a rich Athenian , Herodes Atticus, husband of Annia Regilla , owner of the area ; in the fourth century , the Emperor Maxentius built the circus and the palace which take their name from him . In the fourteenth century the tomb was incorporated into the Castrum Caetani , saving themselves from plundering and looting ; an attempt to demolish it by Pope Sixtus V in 1588 , as he had done with the Septizodium at the foot of the Palatine , was stopped by a popular outcry .

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