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The Flavian Palace is an antique palace complex of the emperors of Rome, located on the Palatine Hill.
The palace was erected by order of the Emperor Domitian after a devastating fire in 80 during which the palaces Domus Tiberiana and Domus Transitoria burned down. The construction of the palace was completed in 92.
There were several large halls in the palace: Aula Regia – the throne room, made of marble, in the niches of which the statues were located, and in the asp was the imperial throne; a three-nave basilica, in which the court hearings were held. There was a lararium in a small room next to the throne room.
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Topic: Flavian Palace in Italy, Rome resort.