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  August 19 - Facts, Information, and Encyclopedia Reference article
August 19 is the 231st day of the year (232nd in leap years) in the Gregorian Calendar.
293 BC - Oldest known Roman temple to Venus Libitina founded on the Esquiline Hill; institution of Vinalia Rustica begins.
Roman festivals - Vinalia Rustica celebrated in honor of Venus Libitina commemorating the founding of the oldest known temple to her, on the Esquiline Hill, in 293 BC on this date.
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 ANCIENT - Online Information article about ANCIENT
Martius the Aventine; and finally Servius Tullius included the Esquiline and Viminal, and enclosed the whole seven hills with a See also:
Tacitus as the " pomoerium " of the city founded by Romulus' On the Esquiline, See also:
Varro mentions an " ancient city " and an " earthen rampart,"4 and the festival of the Septimontium is evidence of a See also:
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 Rome - ENCYCLOPEDIA - The History Channel UK
Ancient Rome was built on the east, or left, bank of the Tiber on elevations (now much less prominent) emerging from the marshy lowlands of the Campagna.
The seven hills of the ancient city are the Palatine, roughly in the center, with the Capitoline to the northwest and the Quirinal, Viminal, Esquiline, Caelian, and Aventine in an outlying north-southwest curve.
On the Capitoline were the citadel (the arx) and the temple of Jupiter Capitolinus; the Palatine was the site of the palaces of Augustus and Tiberius (the word palace derives from the hill); the palace of Nero and Trajan's baths were on the southern slopes of the Esquiline.
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