Trajan. Building the Empire, creating Europe on display in Rome at the Museum of the Imperial Markets of Trajan.
The exhibition celebrates the 1900th anniversary of the death of the Emperor
The exhibition intends to present the figure of Emperor Trajan, a builder of the Roman Empire and of Europe today, to the public of the 1900s since the disappearance. First emperor, not Roman, but Hispanic, the world is known not only as a great leader, but also as a "360 Â°" builder: from the crucial infrastructure for the consolidation of the Empire to its maximum expansion, the welfare state, welfare As we would say today, in the determination of which the women of his family are also an unpublished and innovative political role. The unification of the then known "Europe" continent of Mediterranean Africa, Asia Minor will be illustrated through reconstructive multimedia products and scale models and coins representing the major monuments known. The enlarged focus will then shrink on Rome from its landing, the Trajan Harbor, the Empire hub, the river highway, the Tiber to the quays of the capital, to enter the city and cross the heart of the ancient city: The Forum and the Markets of Trajan (the venue of the Exhibition), the Oppio Count with the Spas...