describes as far as Sinuessa ; Dion carries it beyond : and afterwards says that it united the seven hills of Rome with Baiae. ... high ; vast labour and expense were bestowed upon them, and their construction, as we now behold them, seems to have been intended to outlast their empire. ... Via, answers to our common roads ; its breadth was 8 Roman feet, so that carriages could pass without collision.
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