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Roman Blood Setting & Symbolism

Steven Saylor
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Objects/Places

Esqiline Hill

Location of Gordianus the Finder's home. One of the seven hills of Rome.

Capitoline

One of the seven hills of Rome. The home of Marcus Tullius Cicero is located near the Capitoline.

Subura

A section of Rome located at the foot of the Esquiline Hill. Many of ancient Rome's brothels, gambling houses and taverns are located in the Subura.

The Tiber River

The river that runs through the city of Rome. The Tiber is one of Italy's longest rivers.

Narnia

A small farming community in Italy, located approximately a day's ride north of Rome. The location of the Bleating Lamb tavern.

Ameria

Another farming community just north of Rome. Ameria is situated close to the village of Narnia.

Circus Maximus

An ancient stadium located in Rome. The Circus Maximus was used for large public gatherings such as competitive games, gladiator matches and chariot races.

Circus Flaminius

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