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Place *Via Curia by Jeffrey Becker — last modified Mar 18, 2019 11:59 AM
A Roman road connecting Reate (Rieti) with Interamna Nahars (Terni).
Place Ab Asturica Burdigalam by Jeffrey Becker — last modified Apr 22, 2015 01:03 PM
A Roman road connecting Asturica Augusta (modern Astorga) and Burdigala (modern Bordeaux).
Place Abu Ballas Trail by Gabriel Mckee — last modified Mar 11, 2018 08:46 AM
Caravan route connecting the Dakhleh Oasis with Gilf Kebir in the Libyan Desert, used from the third millennium BCE through the Roman period. The site of Abu Ballas was likely a way station along the road.
Place Altinum by M. Pearce — last modified Mar 11, 2017 03:28 PM
Altinum was the capital of the Veneti of northern Italy. The site was destroyed by Attila in AD 452.
Place Ay-ibūr-šabû by Jamie Novotny — last modified Jan 28, 2018 11:25 AM
The processional road of the god Marduk in Babylon, whose Akkadian ceremonial name means "May the Arrogant Not Flourish." The street runs north-south through the city, from the Ištar Gate to the Esagil temple. The northern stretch of Ay-ibūr-šabû is sometimes referred to as Ištar-lamassi-ummānīšu ("The goddess Ištar is the Guardian Angel of Her Troops").
Place Bitia by S.L. Dyson — last modified Apr 13, 2017 07:43 AM
Bitia was an ancient settlement located in extreme southern Sardinia. It likely had a nuragic phase that was followed by Punic and Roman phases of occupation.
Place Cardo Maximus by Jeffrey Becker — last modified Nov 29, 2018 05:05 PM
The Cardo Maximus of Saepinum.
Place Cardo Maximus (Apamea) by Jeffrey Becker — last modified Jan 30, 2020 02:50 PM
The Cardo Maximus of Apamea in Syria is the site of the so-called "Great Colonnade", a portico that flanks the road for some 2 kilometers.
Place Carsulae by W.V. Harris — last modified Jun 07, 2018 05:33 PM
An ancient settlement originating the late fourth or third centuries BC and lying along the route of the Roman Via Flaminia.
Place Chaussée Jules César by C. Haselgrove — last modified Jun 20, 2013 01:24 PM
A Roman road linking Lutetia and Rotomagus, the construction of which was begun by Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa. The modern French Route nationale 14 follows the course of the ancient road.
Place Clivus Capitolinus by Jeffrey Becker — last modified Oct 30, 2019 09:55 AM
The principal road leading to the Capitolium and the Arx in the city of Rome.
Place Clivus Scauri by Jeffrey Becker — last modified May 25, 2020 04:01 PM
A street that ascended from the depression between the Palatine and the Caelian hills.
Place Cyrene - Apollonia Road by D.J. Mattingly — last modified May 05, 2016 12:42 PM
Cyrene → Apollonia
Place Decennovium by N. Purcell — last modified Mar 07, 2018 11:23 AM
Decennovium refers to a 19-mile stretch of the Via Appia from the Forum Appii to Tarracina that continued through the paludes Pontinae.
Place Decumanus maximus of Carsulae by Jeffrey Becker — last modified Nov 29, 2018 05:05 PM
The Decumanus maximus of Carsulae.
Place Dere Street by Jeffrey Becker — last modified Apr 25, 2015 05:33 PM
Dere Street is a Roman road in northern Britain and Scotland, also known as the Via Regia. Dere Street connected Eburacum with Veluniate.
Place Diolkos by G. Reger — last modified Jun 05, 2017 12:04 PM
The Diolkos was a paved tract near ancient Corinth that allowed boats to portage the Isthmus of Corinth. It was in use from ca. 600 B.C. until ca. A.D. 50.
Place Ermin Street by Scott Vanderbilt — last modified Oct 25, 2019 10:59 PM
A branch Roman road (Margary 41) running from Calleva Atrebatum (modern Silchester) to the legionary fortress at Col. Glevum (Gloucester). Not to be confused with the major north-south road named Ermine Street (Margary 2).
Place Ermine Street by Jeffrey Becker — last modified Nov 10, 2018 09:33 AM
The Ermine Street was a major Roman road of Britain, running from Londinium to Colonia Lindum and Eburacum.
Place Fosse Way by Jeffrey Becker — last modified Jun 15, 2017 08:38 AM
Fosse Way was a Roman road connecting Isca Dumnoniorum and Lindum Colonia.

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