FAH101H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Roman Forum, Basilica Julia, Frangipani Family

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Except during the triumph triumph lasted: he explains the whole triumphal procession - basic review, pow also had to compete in gladitorial games. Tullianmum: preserved is the death chamber (the tullianum) in the carcer , th eprison where enemy leaders were kept, after they had been executed they could be publicly displayed, ritually the romans were participating in humilation of the enemies. Rome scene: liberatitus is the term for the generosity of the emperor who distirubutes money and land after a triumph, and from the wealth that has been generated by the triumph. Roem (spqr) for the deified emperor tites, which indicated that the arch was erected after. This advertized how far the romans had gone: apotheosis of titus, riding towards heaven on an eagle. Living quarters: domus = private residence, can also refer to imperial palaces. Usually refers to private houses though: villa = country house, house outside fo the city with some eceonomic basis in agriculture.

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