Definition of Rostra. Meaning of Rostra. Synonyms of Rostra

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Definition of Rostra

Rostra
Rostra Ros"tra, n. pl. See Rostrum, 2.

Meaning of Rostra from wikipedia

- The Rostra (Italian: Rostri) was a large platform built in the city of Rome that stood during the republican and imperial periods. Speakers would stand...
- platform on which the temple was built served as a rostra (Rostra ad divi Iuli) and, like the rostra at the opposite end of the Forum, was decorated with...
- platform known as the New Rostra and the public burning of Caesar's body occurred on a site directly across from the Rostra around which the Temple to...
- the Curia Julia) Rostra Vetera (Old Rostra), main speaker's platform until it was replaced by the nearby Rostra Augusta (New Rostra) Graecostasis, platform...
- Tiberius and his son Drusus delivered the eulogy while standing atop two rostra. Augustus' body was coffin-bound and cremated on a pyre close to his mausoleum...
- Rome's earliest monuments; including the speaking platform known as the Rostra, the Column Maenia, the Graecostasis and the Tabula valeria were part of...
- proclaimed consuls, and a short time afterwards they once more surrounded the rostra with armed men, cast Cato out of the forum, slew several who made resistance...
- The Five-Columns monument is a dedicatory addition to the Rostra in the Roman Forum dating to the early fourth century CE. This monument was part of the...
- Liberators' Civil War Sicilian Revolt Final War of the Roman Republic Places Caesareum Comitium Curia Julia Curia Hostilia Rostra Theatre of Pompey v t e...
- (known as the Volcanal) where a series of monuments was found opposite the Rostra. This curia was enlarged in 80 BC by Lucius Cornelius Sulla during his renovations...
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