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  • curprev 17:1717:17, 20 December 2007imported>Robert Mack 177 bytes +16 No edit summary
  • curprev 17:1617:16, 20 December 2007imported>Robert Mack 161 bytes +161 New page: Latin: Via Appia was the first and most famous of the Roman roads. Begun in 312 B.C. by the censor [[Appius Claudius Caecus], it reached from Rome to Brundisium.