An ancient road leading from the Roman Forum to the summit of the Capitoline HillItaly / Rome / Forum Romanum
The Clivus Capitolinus was the road that connected the Forum Romanum with the Capitoline Hill. It started in the SW. corner of the main square of the Forum, turned right before the Temple of Saturn and then left around it, passing in front of the Temple of Vespasian and Titus and the Portico of the Dei Consentes, before climbing the hill towards the Temple of Jupiter Capitolinus.
This road was the last stretch of road taken by the triumphal processions in ancient Rome.
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- The Roman Forum seen from the Tabularium
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- Portico of the Dei Consentes
- Temple of Concord
- Temple of Saturn
- Temple of Vespasian and Titus
- Umbilicus Urbis Romae
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