How the Roads were Built in Ancient Rome

How were the Roads Built in Ancient Rome? The Romans built three types of strategic roads (viae): the so-called Stratis Lapidibus (Paved) Injecta Glarea (Affirmed) Terrenea (Flattened) Siculus Flacus, Roman Gromaticus (land surveyor), in the 1st century, classifies the roads into: Viae publicae – Public Roads What were the Viae publicae (Public Roads) in Ancient Rome? The main roads of the Empire are called viae Praetoriae, viae Militari or viae Consulares. It was the State that was in charge of its construction, …

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