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Where did Titus Live?

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So, I know that Nero didn't embrace the word "humble" in reference to his abode and Vespasian made a move show that he was more for the people. But since he plowed down the Domus Aurea, he must have had a palace somewhere else. I am assuming (yes, I know what that entails) that Titus lived in the same place. Anyone know approximately where that would have been? I'm looking for physical location. If anyone has any description or any distinguishing features of the building itself, that would also be appreciated.

 

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So, I know that Nero didn't embrace the word "humble" in reference to his abode and Vespasian made a move show that he was more for the people. But since he plowed down the Domus Aurea, he must have had a palace somewhere else. I am assuming (yes, I know what that entails) that Titus lived in the same place. Anyone know approximately where that would have been? I'm looking for physical location. If anyone has any description or any distinguishing features of the building itself, that would also be appreciated.

 

Thanks.

 

Vespasian is said to have disliked the Palatine, and resided mostly in the various imperial horti, the horti Sallustiani in particular which he had restored.

The palace and its grounds would have been roughly comparable to the domus aurea.

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