Aemilian Way

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Aemilian Way:

see Roman roadsRoman roads,
ancient system of highways linking Rome with its provinces. Their primary purpose was military, but they also were of great commercial importance and brought the distant provinces in touch with the capital.
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Vendrian despues la Via Flaminia, la Via Cassia, la Via Aurelia, la Via Aemilia, la Via Salaria ..., y posteriormente, cuando los cartagineses de Amilcar Barca, despues de la Primera Guerra Punica (264-241 a.C.) se instalaran en la Peninsula Iberica en el 237 a.
The ancient Romans designed it as the Via Aemilia for their rumbling chariots almost 200 years before Christ.