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Roman Road Chart

Some Roman Roads
Road Date Place Builder Connections
Via Salaria 4th cent BC Italia unknown Rome to Asculum to Castrum Truentinum
Via Appia 312 BC Italia Appius Claudius Caecus Rome to Capua, Tarantum and Brundisium
Via Aurelia 241 BC Italia Lucius Aurelia Rome to Pisa and into Gaul
Via Flaminia 220 BC Italia Gaius Flaminius Rome to Ariminum
Via Cassia c. 187 BC Italia unknown Rome to Arretium
Via Postumia 148 BC Italia Spurius Postumius Albinus Connected Genua, Placentia, Cremona, Bedriacum, Verona, Mantua, Altinum and Aquileia.
Via Egnatia 146 BC Italia Gaius Ignatius Illyria, Macedonia and Greece
Via Aquitania 118 BC Gaul unknown Narbonne to Aquitaine
Via Domitia 118 BC Gaul Gnaeus Domitius Ahenobarbus Italy to Spain
Via Aemilia Scaura 109 BC Italia Marcus Aemilius Scaurus Pisa to Genoa to Placencia
Via Augusta 8 BC Hispania Augustus Pyrenees mts. to Cadiz
Via Claudia Augusta 13 BC Italia Augustus and Claudius Venice to southern Germania
Fosse Way Mid 1st Cent AD Britannia unknown Exter to Lincoln
Watling Street Mid 1st Cent AD Britannia unknown Dover to Wales
Stanegate 1st - 2nd Cent. AD Britannia unknown The route followed by Hadrian's Wall

Did you know?

After the slave revolt of Spartacus, as many as 5,000 to 6,000 captured slaves were lined up and crucified along the Via Appia, as an example to others.





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