Here are some links about the old Roman roads in Italy:
- The Roman Roads – In English, Spanish – Source: Centro Aragonés de Tecnologías para la Educación (CATEDU) – In Spanish
- Roads in Ancient Rome – Ellie Crystal – Source: CRYSTALINKS – "METAPHYSICS AND SCIENCE WEBSITE"
- Roman Roads – By N.S. Gill, About.com Guide – Source: Found in Ancient / Classical History section of About.com
- Roman Roads – By Logan Thompson – Published in History Today Volume: 47 Issue: 2 1997 – Source: History Today – "The World's Best History Writing"
- Roman Roads – Source: ITALYGuides.it – "A SIGHTSEEING REVOLUTION" – In English, Italian
- roman roads – Giovanni Milani-Santarpia and Maria Luz Vargas-Villalba – Source: Found in the Ancient Rome section of mariamilani.com – "About Us"
- Roman roads – Source: Wikipedia – "The Free Encyclopedia" – In multiple languages
- x – "" – Source: X – ""
- All roads lead to Rome: Fact or Fiction? – Published May 4th, 2012 – by Alan Horton – Source: Found in the Tourist Blog portion of the Blogs subsection of the Italy section of .insidersAbroad.com – "The English-speaking community in France, Italy, and Spain"
- Hiking A Roman Road In England – by Sean McLachlan – on Sep 4th 2012 at 2:00PM – Source: GADLING – "| TRAVEL BLOG |"
- ROMAN ROADS – "Via Aemilia - Via Flaminia - Via Appia Photographs" – "ABOUT THIS PROJECT: As a tribute to these roads, I started to document the current Roman Roads in Italy. Transport, lodging, people, towns and landscapes are still key elements of these monumental landmarks - their actual use never changed. . ." – Contributor to Roman Roads: Hans Brooymans – Source: web site
- THE COMPLETE TABULA PEUTINGERIANA – "a Roman Road Map compared with a modern map" – Source: euratlas – "History and Geography of Europe and the World" – In English, French, German
- Media in category "Maps of ancient Roman roads in Italy" – Source: Wikimedia Commons – "the free media repository" – In multiple languages
- Map of Roman roads in Italy – "Made this map myself, based upon Image:Map of Italy (w.o. Labels).jpg. Map shows some of the major Roman roads in Italy. Locations and road trajectories not exact." – by NielsF – Source: Wikimedia Commons – "the free media repository" – In multiple languages
- Appian Way – Source: Found in the Rome, Italy portion of the Italy site of the Europe section of Worldsiteguides.com – "Do You enjoy traveling? If you do, you are in the right place!"
- Italian areas – "Major roads" and "Others" – [A listing of Roman roads by name and location.] – Source: Found in the Roman roads article on Wikipedia – "The Free Encyclopedia" – In multiple languages
- The Roads – [List of roads] – Source: Discovering Roman Roads – "" – In English, Italian
- Where – "Select the Region down here or on the map or change Country down here or on the map"
- Historic Roads – Source: lifeinitaly.com – "Italy | Italy daily News, Weather, All you need to know about Italy"
- Salaria – Friday, July 13th, 2012 – Glauco Ferrari
- Via Appia Part I – Sunday, March 28th, 2010 – Justin Demetri
- Via Appia Part II – Monday, March 8th, 2010 – Justin Demetri
- Via Cassia Part I – Thursday, April 5th, 2012 – Justin Demetri
- Via Cassia - Part II – Sunday, February 24th, 2013 – Justin Demetri, Paolo Nascimbeni
- Via Clodia – Sunday, April 29th, 2012 – Glauco Ferrari
- Via Flaminia –Sunday, April 29th, 2012 – Glauco Ferrari
- The Via Appia – "The Queen of Roads" – Source: Found in ROMAN ROADS section of Welcome to Bill Thayer's Web Site – In English, Italian
- X – "" – Source: X – ""
- 1,700-year-old map of Roman roads used for online journey planner – "A Dutch historian has used a unique 1,700 year old map of Roman roads to create an online journey planner giving the destinations, distances and timings of routes used by ancient travellers in the days of empire." – By Bruno Waterfield – 7:57PM BST 05 Sep 2011 – Source: Found in the Europe news subsection of the World news section of The Telegraph – AKA "telegraph.co.uk"
- 1800-year-old Roman Highway Unearthed in Thessaloniki, Greece – Jul 06th, 2012 – Words by Gabi Logan – Source: ITALY Magazine – "the n.1 magazine for lovers of all things Italian"
- PILGRIM ROUTES
- Via Francigena – Justin Demetri – Source: Found within the Religion portion in the Culture section of lifeinitaly.com – "Italy | Italy daily News, Weather, All you need to know about Italy"
- Via Francigena I – "The Long Road for Christian Pilgrims in Europe"
- Via Francigena II – "The Trek Continued"
- Vie Romee – "the pilgrim routes to Rome" – Source: web site – In English, Italian
- Travelling Roman Roads – asked Jun 10 '12 at 20:16 – by user766 – edited Mar 6 at 0:49 – by hippietrail – Source: Found in the Questions portion of the Travel Stack Exchange – "is a question and answer site for road warriors and seasoned travelers. It's 100% free, no registration required." section of Stack Exchange – "is a fast-growing network of 102 question and answer sites on diverse topics from software programming to cooking to photography and gaming. We build libraries of high-quality questions and answers, focused on the most important topics in each area of exp"
- Via Appia Antica: The forgotten ancient Roman road – Published on Aug 5, 2012 – by zlikos – Source: You Tube – "Country: Italy"
- Appian Way video gallery – "" – Source: Found in the Appian Way guide of Rome, Italy portion of the Italy site of the Europe section of Worldsiteguides.com – "Do You enjoy traveling? If you do, you are in the right place!"
- ROMAN ROAD WALKS – "Footloose in Italy's Countryside" – David Morton – Source: web site
- Rome Walking Tour: Ancient Appian Way – "" – Source: Found in the Rome Guide within the Ultimate City Guides portion of Travel & Cultures section of the National Geographic
- SEE ALSO
- Info about, for or on things to do in Tuscany/Toscana *, dated, Wednesday, July 13, 2011
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