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An ancient Roman pedestrian would encounter tombs, way stations, luxurious villas, cities (baths, theaters, temples) along the Via Appia. Let’s time travel back 2000 years ago, walking from Fondi to Minturnae, also visiting Cicero’s tomb!

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Cite this page as: Darius Arya, The American Institute for Roman Culture, “Via Appia: Episode IV, Walking Rome’s Oldest Road” Ancient Rome Live. Last modified 01/19/2023.


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