(from the article `architecture, Western`) ...northwest side of the hill. Another palace was built on the southeast corner of the hill by Claudius or Nero. The central space was covered by the ...
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Rabirius was a family name (nomen) in ancient Rome. During the Roman Republic, individuals with this gens name include: In the Imperial era: ...
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Rabirius was an Ancient Roman architect who lived during the 1st and 2nd Century AD. His designs included the massive Flavian Palace, situated on the Palatine Hill at Rome, and the Alban Villa at present-day Castel Gandolfo, both erected on a commission by his patron, emperor Domitian. Domitian`s care for the architect may have
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Rabirius was a 1st-century BC Epicurean associated with Amafinius and Catius as one of the early popularizers of the philosophy in Italy. Their works on Epicureanism were the earliest philosophical treatises written in Latin. Other than Lucretius, Amafinius and Rabirius are the only Roman Epicurean writers named by Cicero. In hi
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