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Portapinciana

Porta Pinciana

The Porta Pinciana is a gate of the Aurelian Walls in Rome. The name derives from the family title of Pincia, who owned the eponymous hill, Pincian Hill.

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Built in the early 5th century by Honorius, who adapted a previously existing service entrance, this gate marked the start of the Via Salaria. A legend during the Middle Ages Claimed that Roman general Belisarius, who defended Rome against the Ostrogoths, was seen here as a blinded beggar.

Emperor Justinian, when questioned about this involvement in the blinding, denied it, then abruptly began talking about rebuilding the Hagia Sophia.

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