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Curia Julia, Rome

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  • Curia is the Senate of ancient Rome in the Roman Forum. It is a building remains the current building built by Senators Sulla had to fire, but restored by Diocletian. Believed were remaining until the current continued repair and then was transformed into a church in the 7th century. Roof and wall, after the wall has been stayed in recent years. Brick-colored square next to the Parliament building was bigger presence.
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  • This ancient Church is located in the Roman Forum, the original curiaen that was damaged by fire was listed by Julius Caesar in 44 f.Kr. and completed under Augustus and consecrated on the 28th. August 29 f.Kr. It was again damaged in a fire during that allowed the Domitia, rebuild in 94 e.Kr. The Curia Julia was the senates House in ancient Rome. Curiaen was transformed into the Church of Sant'Adriano in the 600 century by Honorius in the in memory of the martyr of Nicomedia Hadrianus and frescoes from the middle ages still exist in a few of the sculpture niches. In his Res Gestae Divi August (latin for "performance of the divine Augustus"), is gravinskripsjonen for the first Roman Emperor, Augustus, and that gives a record in the first person about his life and what he achieved) it says: "I built Senate House ... with the power of the State entirely in my hands against the universal consent, I extinguished the flames of civil wars, and then relinquished my control , transfer back to the Republic the authority of the Senate and the Roman people. For this service I was called Augustus by a decree of the Senate ".
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  • On the Forum you will find the Curia Julia. Inside a very attractive building with a great mosaic. Not over here.
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  • Great place to walk around and see ancient history
  • Not too interesting to look at at first glance, but amazingly preserved.
  • Really, really cool to see in person
  • about curia julia The Curia Julia in the Roman Forum was the senate house in Ancient Rome, built under Julius Caesar and later restored by Diocletian after being damaged by fire. It stood at the very heart of the ancient city, both physically and politically and would have borne witness to some of the most famous of Rome's events and figures. Unusually for an Ancient Roman building, the Curia Julia stands intact, this being due to its conversion into the church of Saint Adriano in 623 AD by Pope Honorius I.
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