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date: 08 February 2023

via Salarialocked

via Salarialocked

  • Edward Togo Salmon
  •  and T. W. Potter

Extract

Via Salaria, an old-established route which facilitated the salt trade from the *Tiber mouth. It ran north-east from Rome to *Reate in the Sabine country. Later extensions,

(1) through Amiternum and

(2) through *Asculum Picenum, carried it to the *Adriatic.

Subjects

  • Ancient Economy
  • Ancient Geography

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