Clivus Palatinus

The Clivus Palatinus is a modern term for a road in ancient Rome between the Roman Forum and the Palatine Hill. It formed a processional route issues off the Via Sacra near the Arch of Titus and runs up onto the Palatine, where it disappears, though it probably ran as far as the Domus Augustana. Several stretches of the road's paving remain.


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