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The Roman Forum.
The founding of the Roman Republic was traditionally assigned to the year 509 B.C. The Roman forum lies at the foot of the Capitoline Hills, and was used for many centuries. In early times large parts were used as burial grounds for the "hut dwellers" that lived on the Palatine and other hills nearby. The Roman Forum became a symbol of democracy of the Republic. This is where civic activities took place. The Curia was called the Senate building and was always near the spot where the third- century A.D. building now stands. The Comitium was where citizens voted and trials were held. It stoo…
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