Rome in Ruins - Along the Aurelian Wall
Self-Guided Walks to the Archeological Ruins of Rome
Louis F. Aulbach
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“This volume contains three self-guided walks to the archeological sites of ancient Rome within the historic city center. As one might imagine, the habitation of ancient Rome from the eighth century BC to the end of the empire in 476 AD has left numerous ruins and remains from the different periods of the Eternal City and the Roman Empire. Not all of those remains are as obvious as ones we see in the usual images of Rome, such as the Colosseum, the Palatine Hill or the Imperial Forums. Yet, the smaller and less prominent ruins are just as appealing as the more popular ones.”
Excerpt From: Louis Aulbach and Linda Gorski. “Along the Aurelian Wall.”
“This book was designed to work with a companion app Daywalker Rome in Ruins. The app can be downloaded from the App Store.
The app provides interactive content in the form of maps showing each point of interest, verbal directions to the next location on each path. It provides 3D Flyovers for each point of interest. It also provides 3D Flyovers following the path described in the book and shown on the maps.
What's New in Version 1.0.1
New cover, other edits.