The spolia opima, honorary trophies such as the shield and sword of his defeated opponent, he dedicated after the example of Romulus in the Temple of Jupiter Feretrius on the Capitoline Hill. The Capitoline Hill and the Roman Forum, after which the district is named, belonged to this district. The large working-class neighborhood of Subura was located in this district. XIV Trans Tiberim – The only district west of the Tiber, today it is the Trastevere district. The Basilica Argentaria is believed to have been the L-shaped building west of Caesar's Forum and south of Trajan's Forum. This building stood on a podium and was therefore higher than the adjacent portico of the Forum of Caesar. In Belgium, only RSC Anderlecht won more national titles than Club Brugge and no club won more cups and super cups. The following season, the club became sovereign champion and had already won the title five match days before the end. In the fourth season, Mertens became a permanent fixture of the team more regularly. At the beginning of the fourth century, an unknown writer made a catalog of the most important structures of each of the 14 districts. The great field of Mars was split into two districts separated by the Via Lata, the first part of the Via Flaminia into the city.
XII Piscina Publica – To the south of the city. As a result of the attacks in November 2015, which left 130 dead (the worst attack in France since World War II), many tourists canceled their planned stay in the city. The last, from Mbappé, was stopped by Yann Sommer, eliminating France. Wolfsburg was eliminated in the Champions League, but it did move on to the Europa League. The new temple stood on the foundation of the old one and therefore had the same surface area, but was higher and much more richly decorated. One version has no title in the manuscripts, but is known as the Notitia urbis Romae regionum XIV, the other has a title: Curiosum urbis Romae regionum XIIII. Another well-known executed was the emperor Vitellius, who reigned briefly in 69, but was killed at this place after the seizure of power by Vespasian and thrown into the Tiber. The staircase was probably built during the reign of Emperor Tiberius (AD 14-37), as there are no known records of it before that time.
Tiberius also had the Temple of Concordia rebuilt and the construction of the Gemonian Stairs may have been part of the same building project. After Tiberius lost his confidence in Seianus in 31, he was sentenced to death and strangled. The arch was probably demolished immediately after Nero's death, as there are no later references to it in the ancient sources. The Arch of Nero (Latin: Arcus Neronis) was an ancient triumphal arch in Ancient Rome. After founding Rome, the brothers Romulus and Remus conducted a birdwatch to decide on the rulership. Remus was also buried on that last hill after his brother killed him. The most famous landmark on the hill is Santa Sabina Church, the main church of the Dominican Order. From here the stairs went up the hill to the Arx, the hilltop where the Temple of Juno Moneta stood. The staircase began at the foot of the Capitoline Hill, next to the Temple of Concordia. The arch stood inter duos lucos on the Capitoline Hill, or between the two hilltops.
XI Circus Maximus – The valley between the Palatine and the Aventine where the Circus Maximus was built. IV Templum Pacis – The valley between the Esquiline and the Viminal. The arch was erected between 58 and 62, in honor of the Parthian victories of Corbulo, an important general under Emperor Nero. The circumference is between 67.5 and 70 cm and the weight is between 410 and 450 grams. A crowd of Juventus fans had gathered outside the courthouse to show support for Moggi and his associates and to underline the hatred towards arch-rival Inter. V Esquiliae – The Esquiline Hill, parts of the minor hills Oppius and Cispius and the great plain outside the city wall. III Isis et Serapis – Covered parts of the Oppius and Esquiline and the valley where the Colosseum was later built. On the other side was the Mamertine prison, where the convicts were kept. Other temples on the hill were dedicated to Bona Dea, Ceres, Diana and the moon goddess Luna. VII Via Lata – The eastern part of the Field of Mars and the Pincio Hill.