How Long Did It Take to Build Rome?


As the saying goes Rome was not built in a day, the actual impact of the rise of Rome was felt as from the 16th century (around 753BC) to the 18th century. During this period Rome experienced many changes in its technological advancement.
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The largest building in Rome is the Square Colosseum.
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The Pantheon is one of the oldest existing buildings in Rome. ChaCha on.
Slaves in Rome Most slaves were prisoners of war that the Romans captured while expanding their empire. They were brought back to Rome to do the worst jobs in return for their keep.
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