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[[Fasciculus:Seven Hills of Rome.svg|thumb|500px350px|Septem colles Romae antiquae]]
 
'''Septimontium'''<ref>[[Marcus Terentius Varro|Varro]] ''[[De lingua Latina|Lat.]]'' 5.41.</ref> est septem collium orbis in quo urbs [[Roma]] condita est. Traditur urbemurbs conditamcondita essefuisse in monte Palatino, et postea vallem inter Palatinum et Capitolinum occupavisse, ubi [[Forum Romanum]] et deinde fora [[Imperium Romanum|imperatoria]] aedificata sunt. [[Mons Capitolinus]] sedes [[Religio Romana|religionis Romanae]] factus est.
 
Septimontium ex his collibus constat:
 
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==Bibliographia==
*{{citeHeiken, book|last1=Heiken|first1=Grant|last2=Funiciello|first2=, Renato|last3=de Rita|first3=Donatella|title=TheFuniciello, Sevenet HillsDonatella ofde Rome:Rita. A[[2013]]. Geological Tour of the Eternal City|url=[http://books.google.com/books?id=6eADAQAAQBAJ&pg=PA174|date=Oct 24, 2013|publisher=[[Princeton University Press]]|isbn=9780691130385|page=174|chapter=ChapterCapitulum 11: Field Trips in and Around Rome}}.] In ''The Seven Hills of Rome: A Geological Tour of the Eternal City.'' Princetoniae: Princeton University Press. ISBN 9780691130385.
 
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