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  • Rome (Italian: Roma) is a city located on the western coast of the Italian Peninsula centrally. It is currently the capital of modern day Italy. It is the only city in the world that has a soviegn state at it's center, this state being the Vatican. Rome is best known for it's vast proviencial holdings, for being at the center of a nation that spanned the entire Mediterranean. A nation ever shifting from Rupublican, to Imperial rule.
  • Rome is the capital city of Italy. During the 2011 convergence, Rome was one of the cities where anomalies opened. (Episode 5.5)
  • Name: Rome Written By: Adrian Belew, Robert Fripp, Trey Gunn, Pat Mastelotto Year: 2000
  • Rome is a town in Italy, where it is the capital town. Much of the episode "Artless" of the 1987 cartoon is set there.
  • Rome is the fifth largest city in Cybercitizens, currently run by TheStig of Albion.
  • Rome is a historical drama television series co-created by Bruno Heller, John Milius, and William J. MacDonald and primarily written by Heller. Rome was produced in Italy by the BBC (UK), HBO (USA), and RAI (Italy). Two seasons were produced and it aired on HBO from 2005-2007. Steve Shill and Tim Van Patten have directed episode of Rome and The Wire.
  • Rome was a city in Italy. The Central Intelligence Agency maintained a station in Rome, where Maddie Marianno was the section chief. (Trinity) Marcus Alvers visited Rome within three years prior to Day 3. This fact turned up in the research of Adam Kaufman. ("Day 3: 2:00am-3:00am")
  • Rome was the capital of the Roman Empire. Emmett Brown traveled there in the year 36 to return some architectural plans, and brought Marty McFly along, however Jules and Verne Brown stowed away to play some "Roman video games". Once there, Marty under the alias of "Marticus" insulted Bifficus Antanneny and was challenged to a chariot race.
  • Rome is a city on Earth, and the capital of Italy. Rome is famous among the great civilizations of the Tau'ri: they spoke Latin, and were the builders of the first roads on Earth. They are said to have learned road building from gods they called the Ancient Ones. (SG1: "The Fifth Race")
  • Rome is a city and special comune (named "Roma Capitale") in Italy. Rome is the capital of Italy and also of the homonymous province and of the region of Lazio. With 2.8 million residents in 1,285.3 km2 (496.3 sq mi), it is also the country's largest and most populated comune and fifth-most populous city in the European Union by population within city limits. Between 3.2 and 3.8 million people live in the Rome urban and metropolitan area. The city is located in the central-western portion of the Italian Peninsula, on the Tiber within the Lazio region of Italy. Rome is referred to as "The Eternal City", a notion expressed by ancient Roman poets and writers.
  • Der Rome District ist in drei Sektoren unterteilt: Rome Green (westlicher Sektor), Rome Red (in der Mitte zwischen Rome Green und Rome Red) und Rome Blue (östlicher Sektor).
  • Rome is the capital city of Italy. It is a sprawling, cosmopolitan city with nearly 3,000 years of globally influential art, architecture and culture on display. Ancient ruins such as the Roman Forum and the Colosseum evoke the power of the former Roman Empire. Vatican City, headquarters of the Roman Catholic Church, boasts St. Peter’s Basilica and the Vatican Museums, which house masterpieces such as Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel frescoes.
  • Rome was once the center of Roman Empire. Velleda was captured, and executed in Rome in 70 B.C. The power of this ancient city had declined and became a religious center of Christianity. St. Indractus and his sister Drusa traveled from Rome to Ireland. The ship "Remus" connected Southampton with Rome.
  • Rome was the capital city for much of the history of the Roman Empire. According to legend, it was founded by either Romulus or Aeneas. The city is said to have been founded in 753 BCE on the Palatine Hill.
  • thumb|left|400pxSi le nom de la ville n'est pas expressément donné, il s'agit bien de Rome où se rendent Gon et Kirua, au nord du continent Aijen. Ils se connectent sur internet depuis un lieu public pour éviter d'être repérés par les pilleurs de licences. On peut y voir très distinctement la Place d'Espagne où Gon et Kirua finissent par se disputer et se lancer un défi. Dans l'anime, on voit également Gon montrer du doigt Rome sur une carte pendant un voyage en dirigeable.
  • Rome is the capital of Italy. In ancient times, Rome was the cultural and political center of the Roman Empire, which controlled much of the Mediterranean world and western Europe. After centuries of power, the Roman empire eventually collapsed, while the city continued as the hub of the Roman Catholic church. In the late nineteenth century, Rome became the capital of the unified country of Italy.
  • Rome (Italian: Roma) is the headtown of Italy and the shire of Lazio, as well as being the township with the greatest gound and the most indwellers in the land, with about 2.8 thousand thousand indwellers. It sits in the middle west of the Italian headland, where the Aniene ea flows into the Tiber ea. In olden times it was the headtown of a great caeserdom, which spread over most of Europe, western Asia, and northern Africa.
  • Rome est la capitale de l'Italie.
  • Rome is a kingdom on Earth (Other World).
  • Rome is a land and a city in Gloriana.
  • Rome is the capital of Italy.
  • The newest Rome.
  • Rome is the capital of Italy, and a center of history and culture. The gang has been there on several occasions.
  • Rome is a place visited by the S.S. Tipton in the episode "When in Rome...".
  • Rome is een stad op Aarde in het voormalige land Italië in de Europese Alliantie. In het verleden diende Rome als de hoofdstad van de Romeinse Republiek en later het Romeinse Rijk. Rome is genoemd naar het legendarische figuur Romulus, die samen met zijn tweelingbroer Remus, door een wolf werd grootgebracht. Volgens deze legendes werd Rome gesticht door beide broers. Romulus werd de eerste koning nadat hij zijn broer had vermoord omdat ze het niet eens konden worden over de naam. Deze namen werd door de schrijvers gebruikt voor de thuiswerelden van het Romulan Sterrenrijk.
  • Rome (Roma in Italian) is the capital city of Italy and home to the principality of Vatican City and of P2. Michael Corleone visited Rome in 1979, to smooth over the deal with Immobiliare, only to discover that he was being swindled.
  • Ba Rom nació en Sydney, Australia. Empezó a ser conocido a través de sus vídeos de B-boy publicados en YouTube. Es entonces cuando se trasladó a Corea para perseguir sus sueños como bailarín. Pasados ya 2 años, debido a su físico y sus habilidades, fue visto rápidamente por la agencia Yedang donde se convirtió en un aprendiz. El 5 de octubre, la agencia del grupo Yedang Entertainment, anunció la separación del grupo C-CLOWN a través de una declaración oficial publicada en sus redes sociales
  • <default>Rome</default> Location Position Ruler Appearance Rome is the capital city and special commune ("Roma Capitale") of Italy. Rome is also the capital of Lazio, one of the 20 administrative regions of Italy. The Prophecy of Seven takes the seven demigods on board the Argo II there in The Heroes of Olympus series. It is also where the Mark of Athena eventually leads Annabeth to the Athena Parthenos.
  • Rome is a city in Italy. In New Testament times, Rome ruled a vast empire that covered the Mediterranean region. Paul's final missionary journey was to Rome. Catholic tradition states that Simon Peter also travelled to Rome, and was thus the first Bishop of Rome. The Roman Catholic Church is headquartered in Rome, although the Holy See, also known as the Vatican City, is independent of Italy.
  • Rome (Latin and Italian: Roma) is the capital city of Italy. During the Renaissance, Rome was the capital of the Papal States and headquarters of the Italian sect of the Templar Order. Also, as part of Rome's liberation, the city became the base for the Italian branch of the Assassin Order. During the Renaissance, Rome was divided in four districts: Antico District, Campagna District, Centro District and Vaticano District.
  • The flag of Rome (Roma), Italy, is an equal vertical bicolor of yellow and red.
  • Rome (English pronunciation: /roʊm/; Italian: Roma, pronounced [ˈroːma]; Latin: Roma) is the capital of Italy and the country's largest and most populous city, with over 2.7 million residents in a municipality of some 1,285.3 km2 (496.3 sq mi), while the population of the urban area is estimated by Eurostat to be 3.46 million. The metropolitan area of Rome is estimated by OECD to have a population of 3.7 million. It is located in the central-western portion of the Italian Peninsula, on the Tiber river.
  • Rome is an ancient city and the capital of Italy. It is sometimes called "the button on Italy's boot", but only homosexuals would use such a convoluted, annoying, stupid nickname. Not much remains of Ancient Rome, but America does have its very own Rome expert: Cullen Murphy. Mr. Murphy's expertise wasn't recognized until he got nailed by America's foremost nailing expert: Dr. Stephen Colbert. Nation, Rome is a complicated place. It's full of gays and liberals, yet the Pope lives there. It's enough to make one's gut explode.
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  • File:Quake1.gif Rome is a Level Theme in Dissolution of Eternity and a subtype of Ancient. This theme constitutes a Greco-Roman city that fell under the control of Quake and His forces after they distorted history.
  • Rome was a game designed and hosted by yoruichi-san based on Ceasar & Ancient Rome It began on March 24, 2009 and ended in a Pompei win in D7 (April 10th, 2009).
  • True to its name sake, Rome is a towering city with grand architecture the combines the noir asthetic of Omni-Tek with a more gothic approuch to towers; add in thousands of lights and the city is quite breath taking at night. The city is divided into three major districts: the red district is centraly located in the city and contains most of the open spaces and park areas as well as the travel networks like the Grid and Whompahs, the blue district lays on the eastern side of the city and is the entrance to Rome from the outside as well as the home to many buisnesses and residences, the green district lays next to the Outzones and is a mirror of the blue district except the placement of the Whompah to Jobe
  • Walls are made of shaped stone and mortar. The roofs are a wooden frame covered with clay shingles.
  • The City of Rome was the capital city of Italy, and an important historical site, both in terms of Western History, and the more recent history of Tiberium.
  • The city of Rome appears in the Attila the Hun campaign of Age of Empires II: The Conquerors. Rome is the capital of the Western Roman Empire, and in this scenario, it has weak defences because of earthquakes and barbarian attacks. Players are not required to invade Rome, but if they desire to do so, can change their diplomatic stance with the civilization and proceed to attack.
  • "Rome" es una canción sin lanzar de Bridgit Mendler. Podría estar en su segundo álbum de estudio.
  • Rome est une importante ville d'Europe, dans l'univers de Donald Duck et de l' univers de Mickey Mouse.
  • Rome est une ville italienne, capitale de l'Italie, chef-lieu de la région du Latium et était, durant l'Antiquité, la capitale de l'Empire romain. Il s'agit de la deuxième ville la plus visitée au monde, après Paris.
  • The capital of the Roman Republic. This city is in a strong position in Italia, or Italy. With its central postion Rome is literally in the center of the mediterranean world, geographically only. This position along with a strong Roman Leader could greatly expand Rome's influence and power over the mediterranean. Historically Rome became the center of much of the known world. At its height it held a population of over a million people. The population of Rome around 307 BC, was about 100,000 people, to as high of 250,000.
  • Rome is a city located on Earth, formerly the capital of Italy and in ancient times, the Roman Empire. Despite faulty and limited data on Earth's history, knowledge of Rome is retained by the terrans of the Koprulu Sector, such as remembrance of the phrase "all roads lead to Rome." In addition, the insignia of the Mengsk Dynasty harkens back to the emperors of the ancient empire.
  • Rome was a well known city as the capital of the Roman Empire, the main trade center, and its formidable Praetorian Guard, the only legion allowed in Rome.
  • It is a big city... but what did it ever do for us?
  • STAWP CHANGING MEH AWTICLE!!! "Respice post te. Hominem te memento" "Look after you to the time of your death and remember that you are only a man." —Memento Mori TBW
  • Seat of the Roman Empire, capital of Italy, and containing the Vatican City State The Wikipedia page is [1] * Archivio Storico del Ministero degli Affari Esteri preload=Template:Detailed editintro=Template:Welcome buttonlabel=Add an archive width=25
  • During a meeting there in 2009, Dr. Helen Magnus was interrupted by Nikola Tesla, who was being hunted by the Cabal. They fled into the catacombs underneath the city.
  • Rome was a city in Italy. It played an important role in Earth history because it was the centre of the Roman Empire, a large empire in early human history. Amongst its main attractions were its seven hills, the Colosseum, the Pantheon and the Circus Maximus. (TV: The Romans, The Fires of Pompeii, The Pandorica Opens)
  • Rome is the capital of Italy. There was a Justice League Europe embassy in Rome. Occasionally Mary West, mother of the Flash, would use her son's JLE Transporter to travel there and shop. It was during one of these visits that she met Interpol inspector Antonio Verdi.
  • The capital city of the mighty Roman Empire, historically the city of Rome fell during, or just before the Arthurian period. Emperor Lucius is a frequent Arthurian character, claiming to be the new emperor of Rome and demanding tribute from Arthur. In some versions of the legend Arthur conquers Rome and is crowned Emperor himself.
  • Rome était une ville d'Italie en Europe sur Terre.
  • Rome is the Roman capital in the Civilization games and elsewhere. Its name is sometimes used to refer to the civilization as a whole.
  • Rome is the capitol and most populous city in the country of Italy. For more than a thousand years, this city served as the seat of the Roman Empire, which was preceded by the Roman Republic. The Roman Empire was considered a World Power and very powerful, with conquests all over the known world at the time.
  • Rome is best known as the capital of the Roman Republic and Roman Empire, and was quite possibly the most important city in the world during the Pax Romana.
  • Romeday.png|Rome at daytime Romenight.png|Rome at night Rome is a city in , in . It has a population of 2.76 Million people and it is a .
  • Rome est tant bien que mal la capitale de l'Italie. C'est une ville incolore, vaguement réputée pour ses Mc Donald's et ses parkings.
  • Rome, a Black Disciple from THF46. 1. * Shawty Mac (051 Young Money) 1. * Mero (SuWu TTB) 2. * TTB Nez (SuWu TTB) 3. * Montana (051 Young Money) 4. * Jamar (757)
  • Rome is the capital of Italy. In ancient times Rome was the capital of the Roman Republic and Roman Empire. In Rome are many wonderful historical and archaeological remains. One is the Colosseum. Lions and other wild beasts tore Christian martyrs apart there. Christians, slaves and others were killed and injured in terrible ways to please the onlookers during the Roman Empire.
  • Rome (Latin: Roma), also known as the Eternal City (Roma Aeterna) and Capital of the World (Caput Mundi), is the capital city of the Vatican Papal State and the home of the Roman Catholic Church. As one of the birthplaces of Western culture and the heart of Terran civilization, the city is widely regarded as the center of the modern world.
  • The headings in this section provide links to some of the topics in the Ideas Bank. Click on the Ideas Bank link, or to see a full list of topics. * Rome is a member of the Large Cities Climate Leadership Group Rome has a number of regional parks of much more recent origin including the Pineto Regional Park and the Appian Way Regional Park. There are also nature reserves at Marcigliana and at Tenuta di Castelporziano.
  • Rome is the largest town in the game and acts, along with Antillia, as a central hub. Rome is basically the capital of the Surface World and Antillia the capital of Atlantis. Rome is much larger than most other towns and so is split into six distinct districts. Free teleportation to each district of Rome and Antillia is available for all players of at least character level 20 via the Go To City menu on the right side of the User Interface: You can teleport to any of these locations any time from anywhere in the game using the Go to City button, whether you have a teleportation license or not.
  • Rome is the capital of Italy and the country's largest and most populated municipality. The city of Rome is located in the central-western portion of the Italian Peninsula, on the Tiber River. Its history spans over two and a half thousand years. It was the capital city of the Roman Kingdom, the Roman Republic and the Roman Empire, which was a major political and cultural influence in the lands bordering the Mediterranean Sea for over seven hundred years from the 1st Century BC until the 7th Century AD. Since the 2nd Century AD Rome has been the seat of the Papacy and, after the end of Byzantine domination, in the eighth century it became the capital of the Papal States, which lasted until 1870. In 1871 Rome became the capital of the Kingdom of Italy, and in 1946 that of the Italian Republ
  • Rome is the capital of Italy and the country's largest and most populous city, with over 2.7 million, while the population of the urban area is estimated to be 3.46 million. The metropolitan area of Rome is estimated b to have a population of 3.7 million. . It is located in the central-western portion of the Italian Peninsula, on the Tiber river.Rome's history as a city spans over two and a half thousand years, as one of the founding cities of Western culture. It was the centre of the Roman Empire, which dominated Europe, North Africea, and the Middle East for four hundred years from the 1st Century B.C. till the 4th Century. Rome has a significant place in Christianity and is the present day home of the Roman Catholic Church and the site of the Vatican City, an independent city-state run
  • Rome (English pronunciation: /ˈroʊm/; Italian: Roma pronounced [ˈroːma] ( listen); Latin: Rōma) is the capital of Italy and the country's largest and most populated city and comune, with over 2.7 million residents in 1,285.3 km2 (496.3 sq mi). The city is located in the central-western portion of the Italian Peninsula, on the Tiber River within the Lazio region of Italy. Rome's history spans two and a half thousand years. It was the capital city of the Roman Kingdom and regarded as one of the birthplaces of western civilization, the Roman Republic and the Roman Empire, which was the dominant power in Western Europe and the lands bordering the Mediterranean for over seven hundred years from the 1st century BC until the 7th century AD. Since the 1st century AD Rome has been the seat of the P
  • Coach Rome, no first name given, was the man behind U.N.Y.'s hyper-successful swim team. He was briefly a suspect in the murder of star athlete Zach Lindsey. The UNY team even included a couple of genuine Olympic prospects. Tragically, one of the future stars, Zach Lindsey, was found drowned. Coach Rome was one of many with a motive. The coach was a very viable suspect. Discovery would have meant the end of his career. However, he turned out to have been innocent. Instead, it was his former protege, Rob Tredwyck. Tredwyck had fueled his meteoric rise to sports superstardom using the same drug.
  • Rome, the seat of the holy mafia, the grand pizza, and talking-with-your-hands people who annoy normal people. It is also known as the capital of drunk driving and Italy. Rome was built in a day of a week after a day of the Roman calendar of the second year in the first five years in the fifth thenth year of the Chinese calendar in the tenth year of the fifth decadence of the first century for the first millenium at the beginning of time, in a time that really doesnt exist and no one really gives a fuck, which is why they call it the eternal city. It is home to the most famous attractions like the Vatican, awesome monuments, museums, a fountain in which people foolishly throw their money into for no logical reason and the worlds oldest torture stadium. Rome was the capital of a nation that
  • Rome was a city on Earth in the European nation-state of Italy. During ancient times, Rome served as the capital of the Roman Republic, and afterwards the Roman Empire. Rome was invaded by the Visigoths. (TNG: "The Best of Both Worlds" ) Chariot races were often held in ancient Rome. Such an event was also seen in Earth's resetting time stream, as was a Roman carriage. (ENT: "Storm Front, Part II") One of the landmarks located in Rome is Saint Peter's Square, where as of the mid-22nd century Christian Masses were held. Another was the Palazzo Venezia. (ENT: "Cold Front";TNG: "The Big Goodbye" )
  • The city of Rome is located in the central-western portion of the Italian Peninsula, on the Tiber River. Its history spans over two and a half thousand years. It was the capital city of the Roman Kingdom, the Roman Republic and the Roman Empire, which was a major political and cultural influence in the lands bordering the Mediterranean Sea for over seven hundred years from the 1st Century BC until the 7th Century AD. Since the 2nd Century AD Rome has been the seat of the Papacy and, after the end of Byzantine domination, in the 8th century it became the capital of the Papal States, which lasted until 1870. In 1871 Rome became the capital of the Kingdom of Italy, and in 1946 that of the Italian Republic. Since 1929, it has been the site of the Vatican, an independent city-state presided ove
  • Rome was the capital city of the nation-state of Italy, located on Earth's European continent. Rome was located at the confluence of the Tiber and Aniene rivers, near the western coast of Italy. The Federation starships USS Rome were named for this city. The city has played a major role in shaping Earth history. Rome was the capital of the Roman Republic, and would later become the capital of the Roman Empire - the largest and most powerful empire in classical western civilization. (TOS episode: "By Any Other Name"; TNG novel: The Captains' Honor)
  • Further information about hotels in Rome visit Rome Hotels * Hotel Aldobrandeschi Via degli Aldobrandeschi, 295, 00163, tel. +39 06.66415964, fax. +39 06.66411683, [24] * My Rome apartment, Colosseum area - Termini station apartments in Rome. [25] * Hotel Altavilla, Via Principe Amedeo 9/b, 00185, Tel +39.06.4741186, Fax: +39.06.4745800 [26] * Feel Home in Rome, A search engine for finding apartment accommodation in Rome [27] * Roman Homes, Rome vacation rentals, Rome apartments and villas with pool [28] * Hotels in Rome, A nice site to finding hotels in Rome [29] * The Key to Italy, Wide choice of stylish and elegant Rome Apartments in Spanish Steps, Trastevere, Colosseum and Vatican areas [30] * House and the city, rent apartments in Rome for short and
  • Rome was the Civilization that Lewis was given when he choose to do a random civilization for the Season 5 game. He spawned directly north of Duncan's capital of Haggis and northeast of Parv's capital of Parvparvararvrv. Lewis picked the "Desert Folklore" belief for his pantheon because he founded Rome on the border of a small desert. Sjin managed to launch a few more nukes at Rome before Lewis forced Nuclear Non-Proliferation through the World Congress.
  • The Roman Republic is the name given to time period which Rome was ruled by a Republican style of democracy. It eventually became the Roman Empire, as a result of pivotal events consisting of the murder of Julius Caesar, the murder of Cleopatra, the defeat and death of both Marc Antony and Brutus and finally the Roman Senators appointing Octavius as the Emperor.
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  • Rome
  • SPQR
Type
  • City
  • Absolute Monarchy
  • Real World Location
Portrait
  • yes
Galaxy
  • Milky Way
Languages
  • English, French, German, Russian, Spanish . . .
Texte
  • --09-07
Caption
  • From top left clockwise'': The Colosseum, Vatican City, the Spanish Steps, the Archbasilica of St. John Lateran, the Monument to Vittorio Emanuele II, a cityscape view of Rome at night, the Trevi Fountain, and the Piazza Navona.
  • An overview of all the tracks set in Rome
  • Coach Rome in his element
First
Missions
FirstApp
  • LAL: Italy and Kitty Hawk, North Carolina
Region
4x
  • yes
winningfaction
  • Pompei
locations within
  • University of Rome
  • Royal des Étrangers
emblème
XS
  • yes
état
  • Papauté, République italienne
sites remarquables
  • Circus Maximus, le Colisée
A part of
  • Italy, Roman Empire
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salestax
  • 0.0
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  • 43200.0
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  • 10.0
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  • 0.0
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MVP
  • -
Continent
Government
  • Oligarchy
  • Consul - magnetar, Senator - Richard I, and smallz
Currency
  • Aureus
Score
  • 3.070000
roster
  • #, player #SparrowHawk #IDoNotExist #Joe's Student #Einkil #Dawg #GreyCells #seahorse #Surge #Prof. Templeton #Lost In Space #rossbeemer #Syn #Fox #Star_Tiger
Légende
  • Une large vue sur la ville de Rome dans l'Antiquité, au sommet de sa gloire.
imagewidth
  • 300
Link
Vice
  • Paolo Bruno Until 2008-04-05 09:22:00
bounty
  • 10.0
Party
  • Polis
backcolor
  • #CE2029
Founder
  • magnetar, richard I
Planet
  • Earth
startdate
  • 2009-03-24
Links
  • * Rome at Wikipedia
Population
  • 102
  • 2645907
  • 2777979
  • Italians
Opposition
  • Hansa
Occupants
Height
  • 2.200000
targets
AFF
  • Scrin when they arrived
Awards
  • -
Pays
Adopted
  • 1860
Class
  • Red Zone
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  • 20
LastAppearance
  • "When in Rome..."
Host
dans
  • Voyage dans le temps
Justice
  • Claudio Cacciatore Until 2007-09-28 15:00:00
Color
  • #999999
  • #cccccc
  • #ffffff
Région
  • Latium
TAB
  • Culture
  • Information
  • Map Gallery
Official
  • Rome
Religion
  • Atlasian Orthodox
Nom
  • Rome
State
  • Italian Republic
Mayor
  • TheStig
  • Daniel Rossi Until 2008-02-07 03:00:00
Area
  • 1285.31
Officials
  • Consul/Senate: * magnetar , Richard I Foreign Affairs * Finance * Military Director * Internal Affairs *
Universe
  • New Earth
Acronym
  • Rome
Demonym
  • Roman
Updated
  • 2007-08-07
Imagen
  • Sinlanzar.jpg
Latitude
  • __°__'
Tracks
  • 3
Founder(s)
  • Romulus and Remus
Occupation
  • Former Swim Coach
Movie
  • The Incredible Hulk
Climate
  • Varies per Region
Designers
Chief
  • Mitch Johnston Until 2007-10-13 17:00:00
Official Name
  • Roma
Largest City
  • TBA
deputy
  • Viola Archetti Until 2008-02-08 04:04:00
Located
Capital
  • TBA
Año
  • 1990
Motto
  • Memento Mori
  • For the senate and the people of Rome
Rulers
Gender
  • Male
Longitude
  • __°__'
Seasons
  • 3
Anthem
  • TBA
Leaders
Flag
  • 40
  • Roman flag-1.png
Treasurer
  • Elisabetta Armani
Founded
  • Romulus and Remus
Elevation
  • 20 m
flags
  • 101
Location
Size
  • 14
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6x
  • yes
renvoie
  • *Paris.
StarSystem
  • Sol
roadway
  • Tarmac
Lanzado
  • TBA
Discografica
  • TBA
Major Occurrences
  • Imprisonment of Paul
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  • TBA
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  • Compagnie(s) deservant(s) la gare : * Compagnie du chemin de fer du métropolitain de ParisCatégorie:Gare (CMP). * Régie Autonome des Transports ParisiensCatégorie:Gare (RATP).
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  • Rome (Italian: Roma) is a city located on the western coast of the Italian Peninsula centrally. It is currently the capital of modern day Italy. It is the only city in the world that has a soviegn state at it's center, this state being the Vatican. Rome is best known for it's vast proviencial holdings, for being at the center of a nation that spanned the entire Mediterranean. A nation ever shifting from Rupublican, to Imperial rule.
  • Rome is the capital city of Italy. During the 2011 convergence, Rome was one of the cities where anomalies opened. (Episode 5.5)
  • Rome was the capital city of the nation-state of Italy, located on Earth's European continent. Rome was located at the confluence of the Tiber and Aniene rivers, near the western coast of Italy. The Federation starships USS Rome were named for this city. The city has played a major role in shaping Earth history. Rome was the capital of the Roman Republic, and would later become the capital of the Roman Empire - the largest and most powerful empire in classical western civilization. (TOS episode: "By Any Other Name"; TNG novel: The Captains' Honor) Marcus Aurelius was a warrior and philosopher from Rome. (DS9 - Avatar novel: Avatar, Book One) When a landing party from the USS Enterprise encountered the Guardian of Forever on the planet Gateway in 2267, the Guardian displayed images from Ancient Rome. (TOS - Crucible novel: The Fire and the Rose) Khan Noonien Singh described a possible end to the Eugenics Wars where Earth would unite and make great accomplishments, as when Julius Caesar rose to power and brought Rome to great heights of civilization. (TOS episode: "Space Seed") Rome and the surrounding area were the subject of much archaeological study in the modern age, as the city was built in layers upon ruins of previous eras. (CoE eBook: Ghost) Prynn Tenmei visited Rome when she, Elias Vaughn and Ruriko Tenmei lived in Tuscany. (DS9 - Worlds of DS9 novel: Andor: Paradigm)
  • Name: Rome Written By: Adrian Belew, Robert Fripp, Trey Gunn, Pat Mastelotto Year: 2000
  • Rome is a town in Italy, where it is the capital town. Much of the episode "Artless" of the 1987 cartoon is set there.
  • Rome is the fifth largest city in Cybercitizens, currently run by TheStig of Albion.
  • Rome is a historical drama television series co-created by Bruno Heller, John Milius, and William J. MacDonald and primarily written by Heller. Rome was produced in Italy by the BBC (UK), HBO (USA), and RAI (Italy). Two seasons were produced and it aired on HBO from 2005-2007. Steve Shill and Tim Van Patten have directed episode of Rome and The Wire.
  • Rome was a city in Italy. The Central Intelligence Agency maintained a station in Rome, where Maddie Marianno was the section chief. (Trinity) Marcus Alvers visited Rome within three years prior to Day 3. This fact turned up in the research of Adam Kaufman. ("Day 3: 2:00am-3:00am")
  • Coach Rome, no first name given, was the man behind U.N.Y.'s hyper-successful swim team. He was briefly a suspect in the murder of star athlete Zach Lindsey. The UNY team even included a couple of genuine Olympic prospects. Tragically, one of the future stars, Zach Lindsey, was found drowned. Coach Rome was one of many with a motive. It emerged that he had managed to get his hands on a performance enhancing drug which was undetectable using standard tests, and had been using the drug to help wealthy athlete Brian Morris maintain his position at the top of the heap. Zach's apartment contained vials of the drug but his system didn't, it suggested that Zach had discovered the drug use by others on his team. The coach was a very viable suspect. Discovery would have meant the end of his career. However, he turned out to have been innocent. Instead, it was his former protege, Rob Tredwyck. Tredwyck had fueled his meteoric rise to sports superstardom using the same drug. Athletes' blood samples are kept in storage for several years after their races, so if Coach Rome was exposed, the samples of his former athletes would have been re-tested with tests designed to catch that specific drug. Discovery would have meant that Tredwyck's medals would have been revoked, his endorsement deals cancelled, his career ruined. In the end, while Coach Rome was not guilty of murder, he was guilty of trafficking in the illegal drug, and his career was ruined anyway.
  • Rome was the capital of the Roman Empire. Emmett Brown traveled there in the year 36 to return some architectural plans, and brought Marty McFly along, however Jules and Verne Brown stowed away to play some "Roman video games". Once there, Marty under the alias of "Marticus" insulted Bifficus Antanneny and was challenged to a chariot race.
  • Rome is a city on Earth, and the capital of Italy. Rome is famous among the great civilizations of the Tau'ri: they spoke Latin, and were the builders of the first roads on Earth. They are said to have learned road building from gods they called the Ancient Ones. (SG1: "The Fifth Race")
  • Rome is a city and special comune (named "Roma Capitale") in Italy. Rome is the capital of Italy and also of the homonymous province and of the region of Lazio. With 2.8 million residents in 1,285.3 km2 (496.3 sq mi), it is also the country's largest and most populated comune and fifth-most populous city in the European Union by population within city limits. Between 3.2 and 3.8 million people live in the Rome urban and metropolitan area. The city is located in the central-western portion of the Italian Peninsula, on the Tiber within the Lazio region of Italy. Rome is referred to as "The Eternal City", a notion expressed by ancient Roman poets and writers.
  • Rome, the seat of the holy mafia, the grand pizza, and talking-with-your-hands people who annoy normal people. It is also known as the capital of drunk driving and Italy. Rome was built in a day of a week after a day of the Roman calendar of the second year in the first five years in the fifth thenth year of the Chinese calendar in the tenth year of the fifth decadence of the first century for the first millenium at the beginning of time, in a time that really doesnt exist and no one really gives a fuck, which is why they call it the eternal city. It is home to the most famous attractions like the Vatican, awesome monuments, museums, a fountain in which people foolishly throw their money into for no logical reason and the worlds oldest torture stadium. Rome was the capital of a nation that is more fucked up than Japan: the Roman Empire.
  • Der Rome District ist in drei Sektoren unterteilt: Rome Green (westlicher Sektor), Rome Red (in der Mitte zwischen Rome Green und Rome Red) und Rome Blue (östlicher Sektor).
  • Rome is the capital city of Italy. It is a sprawling, cosmopolitan city with nearly 3,000 years of globally influential art, architecture and culture on display. Ancient ruins such as the Roman Forum and the Colosseum evoke the power of the former Roman Empire. Vatican City, headquarters of the Roman Catholic Church, boasts St. Peter’s Basilica and the Vatican Museums, which house masterpieces such as Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel frescoes.
  • Rome (English pronunciation: /ˈroʊm/; Italian: Roma pronounced [ˈroːma] ( listen); Latin: Rōma) is the capital of Italy and the country's largest and most populated city and comune, with over 2.7 million residents in 1,285.3 km2 (496.3 sq mi). The city is located in the central-western portion of the Italian Peninsula, on the Tiber River within the Lazio region of Italy. Rome's history spans two and a half thousand years. It was the capital city of the Roman Kingdom and regarded as one of the birthplaces of western civilization, the Roman Republic and the Roman Empire, which was the dominant power in Western Europe and the lands bordering the Mediterranean for over seven hundred years from the 1st century BC until the 7th century AD. Since the 1st century AD Rome has been the seat of the Papacy and, after the end of Byzantine domination, in the 8th century it became the capital of the Papal States, which lasted until 1870. In 1871 Rome became the capital of the Kingdom of Italy, and in 1946 that of the Italian Republic. After the Middle Ages, Rome was ruled by popes such as Alexander VI and Leo X, who transformed the city into one of the major centers of the Italian Renaissance, along with Florence.[2] The current version of St Peter's Basilica was built and the Sistine Chapel was painted by Michelangelo. Famous artists and architects, such as Bramante, Bernini and Raphael resided for some time in Rome, contributing to its Renaissance and Baroque architecture. Rome has been ranked by GaWC in 2010 as a beta+ world city,[3] as well as the 28th most important global city.[4] In 2007, Rome was the 11th-most-visited city in the world, 3rd most visited in the European Union, and the most popular tourist attraction in Italy.[5] The city is one of Europe's and the world's most successful city "brands", both in terms of reputation and assets.[6] Its historic centre is listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.[7] Monuments and museums such as the Vatican Museums and the Colosseum are amongst the world's 50 most visited tourist destinations (the Vatican Museums receiving 4.2 million tourists and the Colosseum receiving 4 million tourists every year).[8] Rome hosted the 1960 Summer Olympics and is currently bidding to host the 2020 Summer Olympics.[9][10]
  • Rome is the capital of Italy. In ancient times Rome was the capital of the Roman Republic and Roman Empire. In Rome are many wonderful historical and archaeological remains. One is the Colosseum. Lions and other wild beasts tore Christian martyrs apart there. Christians, slaves and others were killed and injured in terrible ways to please the onlookers during the Roman Empire. Rome is the headquarters of the Roman Catholic Church and The Vatican is in Rome. Although the events and people responsible for the origin of Christianity were in Jerusalem, the Church later divided between the Orthodox Christians of Byzantium and the Catholic branch based in Rome. The Roman Catholics also built many wonderful buildings in Rome. The Roman Inquisition was there. More about The Inquisition generally. The Roman Catholics didn't think it was so bad when non-Catholics were tortured and killed. In Protestant countries Roman Catholics were tortured and killed as Heretics andRoman Catholics thought that was awful. In 1848 during the year of revolutions Rome rose in revolt against autocratic, conservative and undemocratic rule by the Church. The revolt was eventually suppressed by the French under the autocrat Napoleon III, who left an army there for over twenty years to keep Rome and the surrounding province from becoming part of the Kingdom of Italy.
  • Rome was once the center of Roman Empire. Velleda was captured, and executed in Rome in 70 B.C. The power of this ancient city had declined and became a religious center of Christianity. St. Indractus and his sister Drusa traveled from Rome to Ireland. The ship "Remus" connected Southampton with Rome.
  • Rome was the capital city for much of the history of the Roman Empire. According to legend, it was founded by either Romulus or Aeneas. The city is said to have been founded in 753 BCE on the Palatine Hill.
  • thumb|left|400pxSi le nom de la ville n'est pas expressément donné, il s'agit bien de Rome où se rendent Gon et Kirua, au nord du continent Aijen. Ils se connectent sur internet depuis un lieu public pour éviter d'être repérés par les pilleurs de licences. On peut y voir très distinctement la Place d'Espagne où Gon et Kirua finissent par se disputer et se lancer un défi. Dans l'anime, on voit également Gon montrer du doigt Rome sur une carte pendant un voyage en dirigeable.
  • Rome is the capital of Italy. In ancient times, Rome was the cultural and political center of the Roman Empire, which controlled much of the Mediterranean world and western Europe. After centuries of power, the Roman empire eventually collapsed, while the city continued as the hub of the Roman Catholic church. In the late nineteenth century, Rome became the capital of the unified country of Italy.
  • Rome (Italian: Roma) is the headtown of Italy and the shire of Lazio, as well as being the township with the greatest gound and the most indwellers in the land, with about 2.8 thousand thousand indwellers. It sits in the middle west of the Italian headland, where the Aniene ea flows into the Tiber ea. In olden times it was the headtown of a great caeserdom, which spread over most of Europe, western Asia, and northern Africa.
  • Rome est la capitale de l'Italie.
  • Rome is a kingdom on Earth (Other World).
  • Rome is a land and a city in Gloriana.
  • Rome is the capital of Italy.
  • The newest Rome.
  • Rome is the capital of Italy, and a center of history and culture. The gang has been there on several occasions.
  • Rome was the Civilization that Lewis was given when he choose to do a random civilization for the Season 5 game. He spawned directly north of Duncan's capital of Haggis and northeast of Parv's capital of Parvparvararvrv. Lewis picked the "Desert Folklore" belief for his pantheon because he founded Rome on the border of a small desert. Remaining mostly to himself to build up his army, Lewis' military prowess remained mostly a secret due to Zoey's military appearing in first place in the demographics. Using this to his advantage, Lewis wages war on Duncan's civilization of The Celts. Despite having legions and crossbowmen, he was then forced to fight a war of attrition against the Celts, who desperately tried to defend their capital of Haggis, with the help of Spanish horsemen. But eventually Haggis fell to Roman domination and the Celtic Empire was split between its two other (non-contiguous) cities, Bagpipes and Kilttown. Throughout the next era, Lewis remained the ally of Babylon (Parv), and defended Parv's cities when Duncan declared war. This effort was futile, however, as Duncan and Sjin managed to knock out Parv's last city, Parv Med, which knocked Parv out of the game. After this, Lewis and Duncan began a war of attrition, both of them trying to kill each other off slowly. However, Lewis's technological advantage over Duncan allowed him to knock out many of Duncan's units with aircraft. During the war, Sjin was consipring with Duncan to develop an atomic bomb in order to weaken Lewis. And a few turns later, Sjin launched the first nuke from Travis to Bagpipes, knocking out half of the city's health and population. Sjin then repeated this process on Haggis, bringing a carrier with a nuke and launching it from the waters outside of Neapolis and Cahokia. It was then that Lewis saw to declaring war on Sjin, forcing Lewis into a two-front war. Sjin managed to launch a few more nukes at Rome before Lewis forced Nuclear Non-Proliferation through the World Congress. In retaliation for the nuclear attacks, Lewis began attacking Sjin, and eventually took Sjins capital of Stereophonics and his other nearby city of Travis. It was at that point that the group officially declared Lewis to be the winner of the Season 6 Civilization Game.
  • Rome is a place visited by the S.S. Tipton in the episode "When in Rome...".
  • Rome is een stad op Aarde in het voormalige land Italië in de Europese Alliantie. In het verleden diende Rome als de hoofdstad van de Romeinse Republiek en later het Romeinse Rijk. Rome is genoemd naar het legendarische figuur Romulus, die samen met zijn tweelingbroer Remus, door een wolf werd grootgebracht. Volgens deze legendes werd Rome gesticht door beide broers. Romulus werd de eerste koning nadat hij zijn broer had vermoord omdat ze het niet eens konden worden over de naam. Deze namen werd door de schrijvers gebruikt voor de thuiswerelden van het Romulan Sterrenrijk.
  • Rome (Roma in Italian) is the capital city of Italy and home to the principality of Vatican City and of P2. Michael Corleone visited Rome in 1979, to smooth over the deal with Immobiliare, only to discover that he was being swindled.
  • Ba Rom nació en Sydney, Australia. Empezó a ser conocido a través de sus vídeos de B-boy publicados en YouTube. Es entonces cuando se trasladó a Corea para perseguir sus sueños como bailarín. Pasados ya 2 años, debido a su físico y sus habilidades, fue visto rápidamente por la agencia Yedang donde se convirtió en un aprendiz. El 5 de octubre, la agencia del grupo Yedang Entertainment, anunció la separación del grupo C-CLOWN a través de una declaración oficial publicada en sus redes sociales
  • <default>Rome</default> Location Position Ruler Appearance Rome is the capital city and special commune ("Roma Capitale") of Italy. Rome is also the capital of Lazio, one of the 20 administrative regions of Italy. The Prophecy of Seven takes the seven demigods on board the Argo II there in The Heroes of Olympus series. It is also where the Mark of Athena eventually leads Annabeth to the Athena Parthenos.
  • Rome is a city in Italy. In New Testament times, Rome ruled a vast empire that covered the Mediterranean region. Paul's final missionary journey was to Rome. Catholic tradition states that Simon Peter also travelled to Rome, and was thus the first Bishop of Rome. The Roman Catholic Church is headquartered in Rome, although the Holy See, also known as the Vatican City, is independent of Italy.
  • Rome (Latin and Italian: Roma) is the capital city of Italy. During the Renaissance, Rome was the capital of the Papal States and headquarters of the Italian sect of the Templar Order. Also, as part of Rome's liberation, the city became the base for the Italian branch of the Assassin Order. During the Renaissance, Rome was divided in four districts: Antico District, Campagna District, Centro District and Vaticano District.
  • The flag of Rome (Roma), Italy, is an equal vertical bicolor of yellow and red.
  • Rome (English pronunciation: /roʊm/; Italian: Roma, pronounced [ˈroːma]; Latin: Roma) is the capital of Italy and the country's largest and most populous city, with over 2.7 million residents in a municipality of some 1,285.3 km2 (496.3 sq mi), while the population of the urban area is estimated by Eurostat to be 3.46 million. The metropolitan area of Rome is estimated by OECD to have a population of 3.7 million. It is located in the central-western portion of the Italian Peninsula, on the Tiber river.
  • Rome is an ancient city and the capital of Italy. It is sometimes called "the button on Italy's boot", but only homosexuals would use such a convoluted, annoying, stupid nickname. Not much remains of Ancient Rome, but America does have its very own Rome expert: Cullen Murphy. Mr. Murphy's expertise wasn't recognized until he got nailed by America's foremost nailing expert: Dr. Stephen Colbert. Nation, Rome is a complicated place. It's full of gays and liberals, yet the Pope lives there. It's enough to make one's gut explode.
  • Home > List of rides > Italy > Rome Look up on Google / Wikipedia Other in Italy (articles only)
  • File:Quake1.gif Rome is a Level Theme in Dissolution of Eternity and a subtype of Ancient. This theme constitutes a Greco-Roman city that fell under the control of Quake and His forces after they distorted history.
  • Rome was a game designed and hosted by yoruichi-san based on Ceasar & Ancient Rome It began on March 24, 2009 and ended in a Pompei win in D7 (April 10th, 2009).
  • True to its name sake, Rome is a towering city with grand architecture the combines the noir asthetic of Omni-Tek with a more gothic approuch to towers; add in thousands of lights and the city is quite breath taking at night. The city is divided into three major districts: the red district is centraly located in the city and contains most of the open spaces and park areas as well as the travel networks like the Grid and Whompahs, the blue district lays on the eastern side of the city and is the entrance to Rome from the outside as well as the home to many buisnesses and residences, the green district lays next to the Outzones and is a mirror of the blue district except the placement of the Whompah to Jobe
  • Further information about hotels in Rome visit Rome Hotels * Hotel Aldobrandeschi Via degli Aldobrandeschi, 295, 00163, tel. +39 06.66415964, fax. +39 06.66411683, [24] * My Rome apartment, Colosseum area - Termini station apartments in Rome. [25] * Hotel Altavilla, Via Principe Amedeo 9/b, 00185, Tel +39.06.4741186, Fax: +39.06.4745800 [26] * Feel Home in Rome, A search engine for finding apartment accommodation in Rome [27] * Roman Homes, Rome vacation rentals, Rome apartments and villas with pool [28] * Hotels in Rome, A nice site to finding hotels in Rome [29] * The Key to Italy, Wide choice of stylish and elegant Rome Apartments in Spanish Steps, Trastevere, Colosseum and Vatican areas [30] * House and the city, rent apartments in Rome for short and medium term vacations Apartments in Rome and Luxury apartments in Rome * Bestrentals4you : holiday apartments in Rome Stadio Olympico Hotels Lists the hotels close to Rome's Olympic arena.
  • Walls are made of shaped stone and mortar. The roofs are a wooden frame covered with clay shingles.
  • The City of Rome was the capital city of Italy, and an important historical site, both in terms of Western History, and the more recent history of Tiberium.
  • Rome was a city on Earth in the European nation-state of Italy. During ancient times, Rome served as the capital of the Roman Republic, and afterwards the Roman Empire. Rome was invaded by the Visigoths. (TNG: "The Best of Both Worlds" ) According to myth, Rome was founded by two brothers named Romulus and Remus, who were raised by a she-wolf. Capitoline Wolf, a statue depicting the she-wolf suckling Romulus and Remus, was seen in the time stream as Earth's timeline realigned itself after Jonathan Archer and the crew of Enterprise successfully thwarted a temporal incursion by the Na'kuhl. (ENT: "Storm Front, Part II") Chariot races were often held in ancient Rome. Such an event was also seen in Earth's resetting time stream, as was a Roman carriage. (ENT: "Storm Front, Part II") One of the landmarks located in Rome is Saint Peter's Square, where as of the mid-22nd century Christian Masses were held. Another was the Palazzo Venezia. (ENT: "Cold Front";TNG: "The Big Goodbye" ) Rome was the subject of the book A History of Rome, written by Roman citizen Titus Livius. (VOY: "Human Error") English Poet John Keats died in Rome, in 1821. In 2268, Captain James T. Kirk likened a large city on 892-IV to Rome. (TOS: "Bread and Circuses" )
  • The city of Rome appears in the Attila the Hun campaign of Age of Empires II: The Conquerors. Rome is the capital of the Western Roman Empire, and in this scenario, it has weak defences because of earthquakes and barbarian attacks. Players are not required to invade Rome, but if they desire to do so, can change their diplomatic stance with the civilization and proceed to attack.
  • "Rome" es una canción sin lanzar de Bridgit Mendler. Podría estar en su segundo álbum de estudio.
  • Rome est une importante ville d'Europe, dans l'univers de Donald Duck et de l' univers de Mickey Mouse.
  • Rome est une ville italienne, capitale de l'Italie, chef-lieu de la région du Latium et était, durant l'Antiquité, la capitale de l'Empire romain. Il s'agit de la deuxième ville la plus visitée au monde, après Paris.
  • The headings in this section provide links to some of the topics in the Ideas Bank. Click on the Ideas Bank link, or to see a full list of topics. * Rome is a member of the Large Cities Climate Leadership Group Public parks and nature reserves cover a large area in Rome, and the city has one of the largest areas of green space amongst European capitals. The most notable part of this green space is represented by the large number of villas and landscaped gardens created by the Italian aristocracy. While many villas were destroyed during the building boom of the late 19th century, a great many remain. The most notable of these are Villa Borghese, Villa Ada, and Villa Doria Pamphili. Rome has a number of regional parks of much more recent origin including the Pineto Regional Park and the Appian Way Regional Park. There are also nature reserves at Marcigliana and at Tenuta di Castelporziano.
  • The capital of the Roman Republic. This city is in a strong position in Italia, or Italy. With its central postion Rome is literally in the center of the mediterranean world, geographically only. This position along with a strong Roman Leader could greatly expand Rome's influence and power over the mediterranean. Historically Rome became the center of much of the known world. At its height it held a population of over a million people. The population of Rome around 307 BC, was about 100,000 people, to as high of 250,000.
  • Rome is a city located on Earth, formerly the capital of Italy and in ancient times, the Roman Empire. Despite faulty and limited data on Earth's history, knowledge of Rome is retained by the terrans of the Koprulu Sector, such as remembrance of the phrase "all roads lead to Rome." In addition, the insignia of the Mengsk Dynasty harkens back to the emperors of the ancient empire.
  • Rome (Latin: Roma), also known as the Eternal City (Roma Aeterna) and Capital of the World (Caput Mundi), is the capital city of the Vatican Papal State and the home of the Roman Catholic Church. As one of the birthplaces of Western culture and the heart of Terran civilization, the city is widely regarded as the center of the modern world. The papacy, the center of the Vatican government, is located in Rome. Since the 1st century AD, the city has been the residence of the Bishop of Rome—the leader of the Catholic Church—commonly known as the Pope. The various government ministries and departments are headquartered in the city, including the Ministry of Holy Affairs, the Papal State Affairs Special Operations Section, the Ministry of Doctrine, and the Department of Inquisition. Rome is home to many national monuments that survived Armageddon and the Dark Ages, including the Colosseum, the Pantheon, and the Monument to Vittorio Emanuele II. Other notable sites that still remain intact are the Piazza Navona, the Spanish Steps, the Trevi Fountain, the Lateran Palace, the Archbasilica of St. John Lateran, and the Castle of San Angelo. With the exception of St. Peter's Square, the area of Vatican City has undergone an extensive redesign.
  • Rome was a well known city as the capital of the Roman Empire, the main trade center, and its formidable Praetorian Guard, the only legion allowed in Rome.
  • It is a big city... but what did it ever do for us?
  • STAWP CHANGING MEH AWTICLE!!! "Respice post te. Hominem te memento" "Look after you to the time of your death and remember that you are only a man." —Memento Mori TBW
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  • During a meeting there in 2009, Dr. Helen Magnus was interrupted by Nikola Tesla, who was being hunted by the Cabal. They fled into the catacombs underneath the city.
  • Rome is the capital of Italy and the country's largest and most populated municipality. The city of Rome is located in the central-western portion of the Italian Peninsula, on the Tiber River. Its history spans over two and a half thousand years. It was the capital city of the Roman Kingdom, the Roman Republic and the Roman Empire, which was a major political and cultural influence in the lands bordering the Mediterranean Sea for over seven hundred years from the 1st Century BC until the 7th Century AD. Since the 2nd Century AD Rome has been the seat of the Papacy and, after the end of Byzantine domination, in the eighth century it became the capital of the Papal States, which lasted until 1870. In 1871 Rome became the capital of the Kingdom of Italy, and in 1946 that of the Italian Republic. Since 1929 it is also the site of the Vatican, an independent city-state presided over by the Pope.
  • Rome was a city in Italy. It played an important role in Earth history because it was the centre of the Roman Empire, a large empire in early human history. Amongst its main attractions were its seven hills, the Colosseum, the Pantheon and the Circus Maximus. (TV: The Romans, The Fires of Pompeii, The Pandorica Opens)
  • Rome is the capital of Italy. There was a Justice League Europe embassy in Rome. Occasionally Mary West, mother of the Flash, would use her son's JLE Transporter to travel there and shop. It was during one of these visits that she met Interpol inspector Antonio Verdi.
  • The capital city of the mighty Roman Empire, historically the city of Rome fell during, or just before the Arthurian period. Emperor Lucius is a frequent Arthurian character, claiming to be the new emperor of Rome and demanding tribute from Arthur. In some versions of the legend Arthur conquers Rome and is crowned Emperor himself.
  • The city of Rome is located in the central-western portion of the Italian Peninsula, on the Tiber River. Its history spans over two and a half thousand years. It was the capital city of the Roman Kingdom, the Roman Republic and the Roman Empire, which was a major political and cultural influence in the lands bordering the Mediterranean Sea for over seven hundred years from the 1st Century BC until the 7th Century AD. Since the 2nd Century AD Rome has been the seat of the Papacy and, after the end of Byzantine domination, in the 8th century it became the capital of the Papal States, which lasted until 1870. In 1871 Rome became the capital of the Kingdom of Italy, and in 1946 that of the Italian Republic. Since 1929, it has been the site of the Vatican, an independent city-state presided over by the Pope.
  • Rome était une ville d'Italie en Europe sur Terre.
  • Rome is the Roman capital in the Civilization games and elsewhere. Its name is sometimes used to refer to the civilization as a whole.
  • Rome is the capitol and most populous city in the country of Italy. For more than a thousand years, this city served as the seat of the Roman Empire, which was preceded by the Roman Republic. The Roman Empire was considered a World Power and very powerful, with conquests all over the known world at the time.
  • Rome is best known as the capital of the Roman Republic and Roman Empire, and was quite possibly the most important city in the world during the Pax Romana.
  • Romeday.png|Rome at daytime Romenight.png|Rome at night Rome is a city in , in . It has a population of 2.76 Million people and it is a .
  • Rome is the largest town in the game and acts, along with Antillia, as a central hub. Rome is basically the capital of the Surface World and Antillia the capital of Atlantis. Rome is much larger than most other towns and so is split into six distinct districts. Free teleportation to each district of Rome and Antillia is available for all players of at least character level 20 via the Go To City menu on the right side of the User Interface: * Gate: teleports you to Rome's front gate * Plaza: teleports you to Rome's Plaza * Bazaar: teleports you to Rome's Bazaar * Auction: teleports you to Rome's Auction House * Arena: teleports you to Rome's Arena * My Home: teleports you to Rome's My Home district * Antillia Gate: teleports you to Antillia's front gate * Artisan District: teleports you to Antillia's Artisan district Rome has certain features and special properties that no other towns have, as well as being home to many NPCs that offer unique services. Rome is one of a few towns in the game that cannot be controlled by a guild, and consequently all services are fixed at the minimum tax rate of 1%, making it a popular destination for traders. You can teleport to any of these locations any time from anywhere in the game using the Go to City button, whether you have a teleportation license or not.
  • Rome est tant bien que mal la capitale de l'Italie. C'est une ville incolore, vaguement réputée pour ses Mc Donald's et ses parkings.
  • Rome is the capital of Italy and the country's largest and most populous city, with over 2.7 million, while the population of the urban area is estimated to be 3.46 million. The metropolitan area of Rome is estimated b to have a population of 3.7 million. . It is located in the central-western portion of the Italian Peninsula, on the Tiber river.Rome's history as a city spans over two and a half thousand years, as one of the founding cities of Western culture. It was the centre of the Roman Empire, which dominated Europe, North Africea, and the Middle East for four hundred years from the 1st Century B.C. till the 4th Century. Rome has a significant place in Christianity and is the present day home of the Roman Catholic Church and the site of the Vatican City, an independent city-state run by the Catholic Church within as an enclave of Rome.As one of the few major European cities that escaped World War 2 relatively unscathed, central Rome remains essentially Renissaince and in character. Rome is the third-most-visited tourist destination in the European Union, and its historic centre is listed by as a World Heritage Site. As a modern city it has been capital of the unified Italy since 1870, and grew mainly in two periods either side of Word War II.History From founding to EmpireRome's early history is shrouded in legend. According to Roman tradition, the city was founded by the twins on 21 April 753 BC. Archaeological evidence supports the view that Rome grew from settlements on the built in the area of the future . While some archaeologists argue that Rome was indeed founded in the middle of the 8th century BC, the date is subject to controversy. The original settlement developed into the capital of the (ruled by a succession of seven kings, according to tradition), and then the (from 510 BC, governed by the ), and finally the (from 27 BC, ruled by an ). This success depended on military conquest, commercial predominance, as well as selective assimilation of neighbouring civilisations, most notably the and . From its foundation Rome, although losing occasional battles, had been undefeated in war until 386 BC, when it was briefly occupied by the . According to the legend, the Gauls offered to deliver Rome back to its people for a thousand pounds of gold, but the Romans refused, preferring to take back their city by force of arms rather than ever admitting defeat, after which the Romans recovered the city in the same year.Roman dominance expanded over most of and the shores of the , while surpassed one million inhabitants. A review of the book Population Crises and Population cycles by Claire Russell and W.M.S. Russell. For almost a thousand years, Rome was the most politically important, richest, and largest city in the . After the Empire started to and was split, it lost its capital status to and then to , and was surpassed in prestige by the capital .Fall of the Empire and Middle AgesWith the reign of , the gained political as well as religious importance, eventually becoming known as the and establishing Rome as the centre of the . After the by and the in 476 AD, Rome alternated between and control. Its population declined to a mere 20,000 during the , reducing the sprawling city to groups of inhabited buildings interspersed among large areas of ruins and vegetation. Rome remained nominally part of the until 751 AD, when the finally abolished the . In 756, gave the Pope temporal jurisdiction over Rome and surrounding areas, thus creating the . In 846, Muslim Arabs and looted .Rome remained the capital of the until its annexation by the in 1870; the city became a major pilgrimage site during the and the focus of struggles between the and the starting with , who was crowned its first emperor in Rome in 800 by . Apart from brief periods as an independent city during the , Rome kept its status as Papal capital and "holy city" for centuries, even when the Papacy briefly relocated to (1309–1377).Renaissance RomeThe latter half of the 15th century saw the seat of the move to Rome from . The Papacy wanted to equal and surpass the grandeur of other Italian cities and to this end created ever more extravagant churches, bridges, and public spaces. The period was also infamous for papal corruption, with many Popes fathering children, and engaging in and . The corruption of the Popes and the extravagance of their building projects led, in part, to the and, in turn, the .Towards the reunification of ItalyItaly became caught up in the nationalistic turmoil of the 19th century and twice gained and lost a short-lived independence. Rome became the focus of hopes of Italian reunification when the rest of Italy was reunited under the with a temporary capital at . In 1861, Rome was declared the capital of Italy even though it was still under the control of the . During the 1860s, the last vestiges of the were under French protection. And it was only when this was lifted in 1870, owing to the outbreak of the , that Italian troops were able to capture Rome.20th centuryAfter a victorious , Rome witnessed the rise to power of guided by , who on the city in 1922, eventually declaring a new and allying Italy with . This was a period of rapid growth in population, from 212,000 people at the time of unification to more than 1,000,000, but this trend was halted by , during which Rome was damaged by both and Nazi occupation. After the execution of and the end of the war, a abolished the monarchy in favour of the .Rome grew momentously after the war, as one of the driving forces behind the "Italian economic miracle" of post-war . It became a fashionable city in the 1950s and early 1960s, the years of ("the sweet life"), and a new rising trend in population continued till the mid-1980s, when the commune had more than 2,800,000 residents; after that, population started to slowly decline as more residents moved to nearby suburbs.Capital of ItalyRome is the national capital of Italy and is the seat of the . The official residences of the and the , the seats of both houses of the Italian Parliament and that of the are located in the historic centre. The state ministries are spread out around the city; these include the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, which is located in near the Olympic stadium.City GovernmentRome constitutes one of Italy's 8,101 s, albeit the largest both by extent and by population. It is governed by a Mayor, currently , and a city council. The seat of the commune is in on the the historic seat of government in Rome. The local administration in Rome is commonly referred to as "Campidoglio", the name of the hill in the .Administrative divisionsRome is divided into 19 administrative areas, called municipi or municipalities. They were created for administrative reasons to increase decentralisation in the city. Each municipality is governed by a president and a council of four members who are elected by the residents of the municipality every five years. The municipalities frequently cross the boundaries of the traditional, non-administrative divisions of the city.Rome is also divided into differing types of non-administrative divisions. The historic centre is divided into 22 , all of which are located within the except and . After the designation of the newest and last rione, Prati, newer districts of the city were designated as quarters. There are 35 of these and they go all the way to the sea at Ostia, where they are called marine quarters. Rome also has six officially designated suburban zones and 52 agricultural zones. Many of the latter, however, have actually been subject to considerable development.Geography Rome is in the region of on the river (). The original settlement developed on hills that faced onto a ford beside the Tiber island, the only natural ford of the river. The historic centre of Rome was built on seven hills: the , the , the , the , the , the , and the . The city is also crossed by another river the which joins the Tiber north of the historic centre.Although the city centre is about inland from the , the city territory extends to the shore, where the south-western district of is located. The altitude of the central part of Rome ranges from above sea level to above sea level. The Commune of Rome covers an overall area of about , including many green areas.TopographyThroughout the history of Rome, the urban limits of the city were considered to be the area within the city walls. Originally, these consisted of the , which was built twelve years after the ish sack of the city in 390 BC. This contained most of the Esquiline and Caelian hills, as well as the whole of the other five. Rome outgrew the , but no more walls were constructed until almost 700 years later, when, in 270 AD, Emperor began building the . These were almost long, and were still the walls the troops of the had to breach to enter the city in 1870. Modern Romans frequently consider the city's urban area to be delimited by its ring-road, the , which circles the city centre at a distance of about 10 km. The Commune of Rome, however, covers considerably more territory and extends to the sea at , the largest town in Italy that is not a commune in its own right. The Commune covers an area roughly three times the total area within the Raccordo and is comparable in area to the entire provinces of and , and to an area six times the size of the territory of these cities. It also includes considerable areas of abandoned marsh land which is suitable neither for agriculture nor for urban development.As a consequence, the density of the Commune is not that high, the communal territory being divided between highly-urbanised areas and areas designated as parks, nature reserves, and for agricultural use. The is the largest by area in Italy. At 5,352 km², its dimensions are comparable to the region of .Climate Rome enjoys a typical that is characteristic of the coasts of . It is at its most comfortable from April through June, and from mid-September to October; in particular, the Roman ottobrate (which can be roughly translated as the "beautiful October days") are famously known as sunny and warm days. By August, the temperature during the heat of the day often exceeds . Traditionally, many businesses closed during August, and Romans abandoned the city for holiday resorts. In more recent years, however, in response to growing tourism and changing work habits, the city is increasingly staying open for the whole summer. The average high temperature in December is about , but subzero lows are not uncommon.DemographicsAt the time of the Emperor , Rome was the largest city in the world, and probably the largest built until the 19th century. Estimates of its peak population range from 450,000 to over 3.5 million people, with 1 to 2 million being most popular with historians. Estimates have been made using the weight and consumption of imported grain and the free dole to 20% of the population. In the 1st and 2nd centuries, this suggests an 800,000 - 1.2 million inhabitants based on various per captia consumption figures. The figure 25.5 million modii of grain (400 million pounds) in storage in the time of emperor Septimius Severus is taken from the late 4th century Historia Augusta. The city population may have been as high as 600,000 until the loss of the richest North African Provinces in the 430s, 440s, and 450s. Thereafter, the population fell rapidly without grain imports (except for some from and ) and the unwillingness of the upper classes to support the continued cost to them after the loss of many of their own estates outside Italy. Moreover, it was not worth the effort to maintain an artificially large population. However, every effort was made to keep the area of the Palatine and Forum intact as well as the largest Baths and some other amenities for a smaller population of 90-150,000. After the , the city's population fell dramatically to less than 50,000 people, and continued to either stagnate or shrink until the . When the annexed Rome in 1870, the city had a population of about 200,000, which rapidly increased to 600,000 by the eve of . The Fascist regime of Mussolini tried to block an excessive demographic rise of the city, but failed to prevent it from reaching one million people by 1931. After the , growth continued, helped by a post-war economic boom. A construction boom also created a large number of suburbs during the 1950s and 1960s.In 2007, there were 2,718,768 people resident in Rome (some 4 million live in the greater Rome area), located in the province of Rome, , of whom 47.2% were male and 52.8% were female. Minors (children ages 18 and younger) totalled 17.00 percent of the population compared to pensioners who number 20.76 percent. This compares with the Italian average of 18.06 percent (minors) and 19.94 percent (pensioners). The average age of a Roman resident is 43 compared to the Italian average of 42. In the five years between 2002 and 2007, the population of Rome grew by 6.54 percent, while as a whole grew by 3.56 percent. The current birth rate of Rome is 9.10 births per 1,000 inhabitants compared to the Italian average of 9.45 births.Ethnic Group As of 2006, 92.63% of the population was , either born in Rome or coming from other cities in the country. The largest ethnic minority groups came from other an countries (mostly from and ): 3.14%, (mostly ): 1.28%, and the (mostly from ): 1.09%.ReligionThe territory of is part of the Mons Vaticanus, and of the adjacent former Vatican Fields, where , the , the , and museums were built, along with various other buildings. The area was part of the Roman of until 1929. Being separated from the city, on the west bank of the river, the area was an outcrop of the city that was protected by being included within the walls of , and later expanded by the current fortification walls of //. When the of 1929 that gave the state its present form was being prepared, the boundaries of the proposed territory was influenced by the fact that much of it was all but enclosed by this loop. For some tracts of the frontier, there was no wall, but the line of certain buildings supplied part of the boundary, and for a small part of the frontier a modern wall was constructed.The territory includes , distinguished from the territory of only by a white line along the limit of the square, where it touches Piazza Pio XII. St. Peter's Square is reached through the , which runs from the Tiber River to St. Peter's. This grand approach was constructed by after the conclusion of the Lateran Treaty. According to the Lateran Treaty, certain that are located in Italian territory, most notably and the , enjoy extraterritorial status similar to that of foreign .MedievalOften overlooked, Rome's medieval heritage is one of the largest in Italian cities. Basilicas dating from the age include and (the latter largely rebuilt in the 19th century), both housing precious 4th century AD mosaics. . Lay buildings include a number of towers, the largest being the and the , both next the Roman Forum, and the huge staircase leading to the basilica of .Renaissance and BaroqueRome was a major world centre of the , second only to , and was profoundly affected by the movement. The most impressive masterpiece of in Rome is the by , along with the Palazzo Senatorio, seat of the city government. During this period, the great aristocratic families of Rome used to build opulent dwellings as the (now seat of the ), the , the , the , the (now seat of the ), the , the , and the .Rome is also famous for her huge and majestic squares (often adorned with ), many of which were built in the 17th century. The principal squares are , , , , and . One of the most emblematic examples of Baroque art is the by . Other notable 17th-century are the , now the seat of the and the , now the seat of the .NeoclassicismIn 1870, Rome became the capital city of the new . During this time, , a building style influenced by the architecture of , became a predominant influence in Roman architecture. During this period, many great palaces in neoclassical styles were built to host ministries, embassies, and other governing agencies. One of the best-known symbols of Roman neoclassicism is the or "Altar of the Fatherland", where the , that represents the 650,000 Italians that fell in , is located.Fascist architectureThe Fascist regime that ruled in Italy between 1922 and 1943 developed an architectural style that was characterised by its links with ancient Roman architecture. The most important Fascist site in Rome is the district, designed in 1938 by . It was originally conceived for the , and was called "E.42" ("Esposizione 42"). The world exhibition, however, never took place because entered the in 1940. The most representative building of the Fascist style at E.U.R. is the (1938–1943), the iconic design of which has been labelled the cubic or Square Colosseum.After World War II, the Roman authorities found that they already had the seed of an off-centre business district of the type that other capitals were still planning ( and in Paris). Also the , the current seat of Italian Foreign Ministry, was designed in 1935 in Fascist style.Parks and gardensPublic parks and nature reserves cover a large area in Rome, and the city has one of the largest areas of green space amongst European capitals. The most notable part of this green space is represented by the large number of villas and landscaped gardens created by the Italian aristocracy. While many villas were destroyed during the building boom of the late 19th century, a great many remain. Rome has a number of regional parks of much more recent origin inclEconomyWith a 2005 of €94.376 billion (US$121.5 billion), the city produces 6.7% of the national (more than any other single city in ), and its unemployment rate, lowered from 11.1% to 6.5% between 2001 and 2005, is now one of the lowest rates of all the European Union capital cities. Rome grows +4,4% annually and continues to grow at a higher rate in comparison to any other city in the rest of the country.Although the economy of Rome is characterized by the absence of heavy industry and it is largely dominated by , high-technology companies (IT, aerospace, defense, telecommunications), research, construction and commercial activities (especially banking), and the huge development of tourism are very dynamic and extremely important to its economy. Rome's international airport, , is the largest in Italy, and the city hosts the head offices of the vast majority of the major Italian companies, as well as the headquarters of three of the world's 100 largest companies. Universities, national radio and television and the movie industry in Rome are also important parts of the economy: Rome is also the hub of the , thanks to the studios, working since the 1930s. The city is also a centre for banking and insurance as well as electronics, energy, transport, and aerospace industries. Numerous international companies and agencies headquarters, government ministries, conference centres, sports venues, and museums are located in Rome's principal business districts: the (EUR); the Torrino (further south from the EUR); the Magliana; the Parco de' Medici-Laurentina and the so-called Tiburtina-valley along the ancient Via Tiburtina. Tourism is inevitably one of Rome's chief industries, with numerous notable museums including the , the , and the : in 2005 the city registered 19.5 million of global visitors, up of 22.1% from 2001. In 2006 Rome has been visited by 6.03 million of international tourists, reaching the 8th place in the ranking of the world's 150 most visited cities.EducationRome is a nation-wide centre for higher education. Its first university, (founded in 1303), is the largest in and the second-largest in the world, with more than 150,000 students attending. Two new public universities were founded: in 1982, and in 1992, although the latter has now become larger than the former. Rome also contains a large number of and institutes, including the (The oldest university in the world, founded in 1551), the , and many others. The city also hosts various private universities, such as the , the (Roman centre), the , , the , the , the , the , the , the Link , the , and the . Rome is also the location of the , a campus of .Music Rome is an important centre for music. It hosts the (founded in 1585), for which new concert halls have been built in the new , one of the largest musical venues in the world. Rome also has an opera house, the , as well as several minor musical institutions. The city also played host to the in 1991 and the in 2004.CinemaRome hosts the Studios, the largest film and television production facility in continental Europe and the centre of the , where a large number of today's biggest box office hits are filmed. The 99-acre (40-ha) studio complex is 5.6 miles (9 km) from the centre of Rome and is part of one of the biggest production communities in the world, second only to , with well over 5,000 professionals — from period costume makers to visual effects specialists. Founded in 1937 by , the studios were bombed by the during the . In the 1950s, Cinecittà was the filming location for several large American film productions, and subsequently became the studio most closely associated with . Today Cinecittà is the only studio in the world with pre-production, production, and full post-production facilities on one lot, allowing directors and producers to walk in with their script and "walk out" with a completed film.Language The original language of Rome was , which evolved during the into . The latter emerged as the confluence of various regional dialects, among which the predominated, but the population of Rome also developed its own dialect, the . The ancient romanesco, used during the , was a southern Italian dialect, very close to the . The influence of the culture during the , and, above all, the immigration to Rome of many Florentines, amongst them the two Popes ( and ) and their suite, caused a major shift in the dialect, which began to resemble more the Tuscan varieties (the immigration of Florentines was mainly due to the and the subsequent demographic decrease). This remained largely confined to Rome until the 19th century, but then expanded to other zones of (, ), from the beginning of the 20th century, thanks to the rising population of Rome and to better transportation systems. As a consequence, abandoned its traditional forms to mutate into the dialect spoken within the city, which is more like standard , although it remains distinct from the other Romanesco-influenced local dialects of Lazio. TransportationRome is at the centre of the radial network of roads that roughly follow the lines of the ancient roman roads that began at the and connected Rome with its empire. Today Rome is circled, at a distance of about , by the ring-road called the .Due to its location in the centre of the Italian peninsula, Rome is a principal railway node for central Italy. Rome's main train station, , is one of the biggest train stations in Europe and the most heavily-used in Italy, with around 400 thousand travellers passing through every day. Rome is also served by three airports. The intercontinental is Italy's chief airport and is more commonly known as "Fiumicino Airport", as it is located within the nearby , south-west of Rome. The older is a joint civilian and military airport. It is more commonly referred to as "Ciampino Airport", as it is located beside , south-east of Rome. A third airport, the , is a small, low-traffic airport located about 6 km north of the city centre, which handles most helicopter and private flights.The city suffers from considerable traffic problems largely due to this radial street pattern, making it difficult for Romans to move easily from the vicinity of one of the radial roads to another without going into the historic centre or using the ring-road. Problems that are not helped by limited size of Rome's metro system when compared to other cities of similar size. In addition, Rome has only 21 taxis for every 10,000 inhabitants, far below other major European cities. Chronic congestion caused by cars during the 1970s and 1980s led to restrictions being placed on vehicle access to the inner city-centre during the hours of daylight. Areas where these restriction apply are known as Limited Traffic Zones (Zona a Traffico Limitato (ZTL) in ). More recently, heavy night-time traffic in and has led to the creation of night-time ZTLs in those districts, and there are also plans to create another night-time ZTL.A 2-line metro system called the operates in Rome. Construction on the first branch started in the 1930s. The line had been planned to quickly connect the with the newly-planned E42 area in the southern suburbs, where the 1942 was supposed to be held. The event never took place because of war. The area was later partly redesigned and renamed (Esposizione Universale di Roma: Rome Universal Exhibition) in the 1950s to serve as a modern business district. The line was finally opened in 1955, and it is now part of the B Line. The A line opened in 1980 from Ottaviano to Anagnina stations, later extended in stages (1999 – 2000) to Battistini. In the 1990s, an extension of the B line was opened from Termini to Rebibbia. This underground network is generally reliable (although it may become very congested at peak times and during events, especially the A line) as it is relatively short. As of 2005, its total length is . The two existing lines, A & B, intersect at Roma Termini station. A new branch of the B line (B1) is under construction with an estimated cost of €500 million. It is scheduled to open in 2010. B1 will connect to line B at Piazza Bologna and will have 4 stations over a distance of . A third line, line C, is under construction with an estimated cost of €3 billion and will have 30 stations over a distance of . It will partly replace the existing Rail Road line, Termini-Pantano. It will feature full automated, driverless trains. The first section is due to open in 2011 and the final sections in 2015, but archaeological findings often delay underground construction work. A fourth line, line, is also planned. It will have 22 stations over a distance of . The first section is projected to open in 2015 and the final sections before 2035.Above-ground public transport in Rome is made up of a bus and tram network. This network is run by Trambus S.p.A. under the auspices of ATAC S.p.A. (which originally stood for the Bus and Tram Agency of the Commune, Azienda Tranvie ed Autobus del Comune in Italian). The bus network is currently made up of in excess of 350 bus lines and over 8 thousand bus stops, whereas the more-limited tram system currently has 39 km of track and 192 stops. The figures are from the ATAC (in Italian).International entities, organisations and involvementRome is unique in having a sovereign state located entirely within its city limits, the . The Vatican is a enclave of Rome and a sovereign possession of the , the supreme government of the . Rome hosts foreign embassies to both Italy and the Holy See, although frequently the same ambassador is accredited to both.Another body, the (SMOM), took refuge in Rome in 1834 after having lost to . It is sometimes classified as having sovereignty but does not claim any territory in Rome or anywhere else, hence leading to dispute over its actual sovereign status.Rome is also the seat of significant international organisations of the , such as the (WFP), the (FAO), and the (IFAD). Rome has traditionally been heavily involved in the process of European political integration. In 1957, the city hosted the signing of the , which established the (predecessor to the ), and also played host to the official signing of the proposed in July 2004. Rome is the seat of the and is the place where the was formulated.
  • The Roman Republic is the name given to time period which Rome was ruled by a Republican style of democracy. It eventually became the Roman Empire, as a result of pivotal events consisting of the murder of Julius Caesar, the murder of Cleopatra, the defeat and death of both Marc Antony and Brutus and finally the Roman Senators appointing Octavius as the Emperor. Julius Caesar attempted to conquer many lands, notably Gaul and Britannia. He was defeated by Bodecia and Xena in Britannia. Whilst in Gaul, he captured Vercinix, the leader of the opposition. Xena and Gabrielle captured Crassus, one of Caesar's greatest allies, in exchange for Vercinix. Caesar promised his people the public execution of Vercinix, but Gabrielle switched Vercinix for Crassus in the prison cell. When 'Vercinix' was taken out to be executed, Caesar realized at the last minute that it was in fact Crassus that was being executed. Too late prevent the execution, Pompey Magnus told Caesar to give the people what they wanted and had no choice but execute Crassus. Pompey, a foe of Caesar's, began to wage a fierce and bloody civil war against him. Xena managed to bring their war to a remote place in Greece, where she played them against each other and made them waste many of their troops. Caesar then gave Brutus, his second in command, orders to take the Telaquire Amazon village in an attempt to secure every piece of land available. This resulted in the death of Ephiny and the return of Gabrielle as Queen. Pompey also wanted the village and sparked a fierce battle between the Amazons, Pompey and Caesar. Xena killed Pompey and gave his head to Brutus. She warned him that Caesar will one day turn on him, as he did with her, Crassus and now Pompey. Gabrielle gave Caesar a peace treaty between the Amazons and Rome, but Caesar burnt it, as he said that if he didn't have control of them, they were a threat. Brutus began to heed Xena's warnings, when he realized that Caesar was beginning to think he was powerful than he actually was. He conspired with the other Senators of Rome and they plotted against Caesar and killed him, just before he crucified Xena and Gabrielle. After the murder of Caesar, Rome was without a ruler for a long time. Marc Antony and Brutus separately tried to secure provinces, most notably Egypt. Brutus secretly killed Cleopatra, the queen of Egpyt, and Xena posed as her to protect Egypt's democracy from being secured by Rome. Marc Antony fell in love with Xena (thinking she was Cleopatra) and she fell in love with him, too. Octavius, the adoptive son of Julius Caesar, also traveled to Egypt to find Cleopatra, only to find Xena in her place. She gave Octavius control of her fleet and he waged war against an already warring Marc Antony and Brutus. Xena then killed Marc Antony and Gabrielle killed Brutus, which allowed for Octavius to seemingly take his place as the ruler of Rome.
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