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Trajan's Market is an extensive complex of Roman buildings in the city of Rome, on the slopes of the Quirinal hill. Since 2007, home to the "Museum of the Imperial Forums."
The complex, which originally stretched beyond the limits of the archaeological area in places now occupied by modern buildings, was primarily aimed at the seat of the administrative tasks related to the Imperial Forums, and only to a limited extent in commercial activities, which may took place in the open spaces on the sides of internal streets.
The rest of the day was devoted to politics, business, religious ceremonies and meetings that took place at the Forum where the return of war were also held the "Triumphs", along procession that marched accompanying the General winner. The Romans also went to forum to keep informed about the life of the city,
lounging or playing checkers: you can find at the Basilica Giulia engraved chessboards in the gardens. In Tirano forum there was also a large shopping center or markets that the emperor ordered to build eliminating an entire hill. The height of the beautiful Column of Trajan corresponds to the the hill disappeared.