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Flaminian Way   /fləmˈɪniən weɪ/   Listen
Flaminian Way

noun
1.
An ancient Roman road in Italy built by Gaius Flaminius in 220 BC; extends north from Rome to cisalpine Gaul.






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"Flaminian Way" Quotes from Famous Books



... for the restoration of many of her ancient monuments, and the construction of many of her public buildings and streets. With the cross planted on its summit, this noble monument was long the first object which met the traveller's eye as he entered Rome from the north by the old Flaminian way. Brought to commemorate the overthrow of the land from whence it came, it has witnessed the overthrow of the conquerors in turn; and now re-erected in the modern capital, it will endure when its glory too has passed away. And out of the ...
— Roman Mosaics - Or, Studies in Rome and Its Neighbourhood • Hugh Macmillan



Words linked to "Flaminian Way" :   highway, Italian Republic, Italy, Italia, main road



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