the plain on which rome is located is palatine, a hill in centeral italy
The Latium Plain
the latium plain is the richest plain in the ancient itlay. it located in the rome.
on a map
it is a flat plain.
Rome was/is not actually on a plain. It was/is in a hilly area on the river Tiber 15 miles from the sea. The early city was called the city of the seven hills. There are hills beyond these and modern Rome lies on several more hills. The area becomes flat towards the sea.
central western Italy in which the city of Rome was founded.
Tiber River in Rome, Italy.
Rome was in Latium a(land of the Latins) and the Romans were Latins. Rome made an alliance with the other Latin city-states and then incorporated them after a rebellion of these Latin towns.
all i know is its southern eroupe i think its like its on the Italian peninsula
The Tuscan pain was not from ancient Rome. It was in Etruria (Land of the Etruscans). Yes, it is in the present day region of Tuscany, which includes the hilly areas as well as the plain (in fact, it is mostly hilly). Tuscany is named after the Latin for Etruscan: Tuscus.
some were super smart & some were just plain old dumb.
The city of Rome was (and still is) between the Apennines (a chain of mountains which runs through the Italian peninsula) and the coast of the Tyrrhenian Sea. It was 14 miles from the sea (now it is 16 miles form the sea). It lied by the only ford on river Tiber. Originally it consisted of the Seven Hills of Rome. Later it spread beyond these hills. Past these hills there is a plain of average agricultural fertility. The Alps and the plain of the river Po in the North, the Adriatic Sea in the east, the Ionian Sea and the plain of Apulia in the south, the Tyrrhenian Sea in the west , the Tuscan hills in the centre, and the mentioned Apennines were all (and still are) in Italy.
The difference between a costal and interior plain is a costal plain is a plain at the coast of a ocean while a interior plain is a plain that is inside a coast of a ocean
If you look, you can "read" similarities between the U. S. and ancient Rome, or any other country and ancient Rome. But this, in my opinion is plain silly. We are two different countries, existing in two different times, with two different cultural outlooks.
The largest plain is the Nile river but that is a "flood plain". The largest "plain" (just a normal plain) is Upper Karoo.
St. Paul was from the city of Tarsus which was the chief city of the Cilician plain, it was the capital of the Roman province of Cilicia, which was a Roman province. St. Paul died in Rome itself.
The answer is coastal plain.
Northeastern Plain ( Manchurian Plain )
The North China Plain is a plain in China.
The largest plain in Europe is known as either the European Plain or the Great European Plain.
Tuscan Plain ~ north central Italy. Latium Plain ~ middle of the west coast of Italy. Campanian Plain ~ southwest coast of Italy.