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 Viminal was named for the beech trees that grew there.
B: The Viminal was the smallest and least important of the hiils of Rome.
C: It was a tongue of land about 700 meters in length and 60 acres in area.
D: With a height of 50 meters, it was regularly called a collis, not a mons.
E: Most traffic passed in the lower areas on either side of the Viminal.
F: The vicus Patricius was a street that ran along the ridge of the Viminal.
G: The vicus Longus traversed the valley between the Quirinal and the Viminal.
H: Two Argēi shrines were located on the ridge of the Viminal, one at each end.
I: The majority of the buildings on the Viminal were large, senatorial mansions.
J: The Decem Tabernae was a sort of bazaar on the south part of the Viminal.
K: The campus Viminalis was an area where unchaste Vestals were buried alive.
L: The Viminal was regarded as extending across the plateau to the Servian wall.
M: The baths of Constantine were built in an area at the foot of the Viminal.
N: A house on the Viminal became one of the first Christian house churches.