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Capitoline Hill

By Ben Ku & Brian Leung

The tallest of the seven hills in Rome, the Capitoline Hill was a religious centre of Rome during the Republic. The hill played a significant role during for the Republic as the Capitoline’s Tarpeian Rock and Marmertine prision were locations of public executions and the Gemoian Steps was the location of choice to display the corpses while the Tabularium housed the tabulae, which contained the laws of the Roman state. Today, the Capitoline is where the city government is located, along with the Capitoline Museum.

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