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The Ara Pacis Augustae is an altar dedicated by Augustus in 9 BC Peace to the Augustan age, [1] understood as the Roman goddess, and placed in an area of ​​the Campo Marzio consecrated to the celebration of victory, a symbolic place to place for a mile (1,472 m) from pomerium, the edge of town where the console returning from a military expedition lost the powers relating to it (militiae imperium) and regained possession of their civil powers (imperium domi). This monument is one of the most significant examples of Augustan art and is intended to symbolize peace and prosperity achieved as a result of the Pax Romana.
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