Safe Cracker III
This challenge contains 14 true-false items to answer about the Quirinal.

For each false statement, click on the corresponding letter on the digital display.
A new number will be revealed that will open the safe if you answer correctly.

  • A: The Quirinal was named for the Sabine god whose altar was built there.
  • B: With a height of 61 meters, the Quirinal is the lowest of the hills in Rome.
  • C: The Quirinal was the most northerly of the traditional hills of Rome.
  • D: It was separated from the Campus Martius on the south by a depression.
  • E: The hill was a narrow, irregular tongue of land about two kilometers long.
  • F: According to the Argei, it was originally divided into four distinct parts.
  • G: There were four approaches on the north and west slopes of the hill.
  • H: The extensive gardens of Sallust covered a northern slope of the Quirinal.
  • I: The Quirinal was excluded by the wall built around Rome by Servius Tullius.
  • J: The Alta Semita was a street which ran along the ridge of the Quirinal.
  • K: The Sabine king Tarquinius Priscus lived on the Quirinal.
  • L: Domitian built a Flavian mausoleum on the site of Vespasian's old house.
  • M: Constantine ordered the erection of his bath complex on the Quirinal.
  • N: The Osco-Sabine goddess Serapis had a sanctuary on the Quirinal.
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