Seven Hills of Rome
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Emperors lived on this hill in very expensive homes; therefore, this hill gives us the English word "palace."
This hill held the temples for Jupiter, Juno, and Minerva; or in other words the "triad."
The Latin tribe was housed on this hill after Ancus Marcius was successful with another war against Rome's neighboring tribes. It was outside of the pomerium initially, so foreign cults were housed here.
This hill was given to the Sabine people, and supposedly King Titus Tatius lived here.
Tullus Hostilius added this hill to the empire after the Alba Longa tribe was added to Rome.
This hill is not one of the seven hills of Rome, and we are not entirely sure where the hill was. It is named after a man whose tomb was supposedly upon the hill.
This hill is not one of the seven hills of Rome, but it was added into the city lines of Rome. Ancus Marcius built a stone wall around it and built the Pons Sublicius to connect it to the rest of the city.
During the reign of Tullus, the Romans heard voices coming from this hill.
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