Gate of St Sebastian in the Aurelian Wall, Rome, Italy. The Porta San Sebastiano, formerly the Porta Appia, Rome, marked the start of the Appian Way begun by Appius Claudius in the 4th century BC. The road eventually connected Rome with Brindisi on the coast of Apulia. The Aurelian Walls were built in the 270s by the Emperor Aurelian to protect the city from barbarian invaders. Stereoscopic card detail.
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