Cade Nguyen and Kenneth Jordan
The Seven Hills
What activities took place on each hill?
Caelian Hill-Many of Romes elite lived on this hill during the Roman Republic
Capitoline Hill-Site of many of Romes earliest fortresses. It was also the hill of the government.
Esquiline Hill-This hill has a walled city on it since atleast the 700s BCE
Palatine Hill-This hill is the Hill of Romulus. In classical times it was where the rich and powerful chose to live.
Quirinal Hill-It is on this hill that the Sabines once lived and built their city.
Viminalis Hill-This is the smallest city out of the seven hills and was one of the last to be included inside the walls of Rome.
The Palatine hill in Republic times.
The Palatine Hill in Empirical Time
The Palatine Hill were once where the twins Romulus and Remus were found in the Lupercal Cave by their four-legged shepherd mother, who raised them. Ultimately, this is where Romulus decided to build the city. And here was where the Roman Empire began. Many lived on this hill but only the wealthy could afford to do it. Throughout this time, many empires were built by emperors and soon, the Palatine Hill became synonymous with palaces
Significance of the Capitoline Hill
The significance of the Capitoline Hill is that it had a worship center such as the temple of Jupiter and it is also the center of municipal government in modern Rome.
The structure of the Capitoline hill and what did it serve
The structure for this hill is that it served as a worship area and a political center for Rome
What hills are still in use today
There is only one hill out of the seven that is still in use, and its Capitoline Hill. It is use as a politcal center in Rome.
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