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 Esquiline may have been named for the holm-oaks that grew there.
B: The Esquiline was comprised of two spurs and the plateau behind them.
C: The spurs and their summits were called the Carinae and the Fagutal.
D: The Esquiline was the largest of the traditional seven hills of Rome.
E: The Esquiline was situated between the Viminal and the Quirinal.
F: In early times, the Esquiline was a vast necropolis and a fetid dumpsite.
G: The Gardens of Maecenas was a land reclamation project on the Esquiline.
H: The luxurious home of the infamous Vedius Pollio was on the Esquiline.
I: The Velabrum was a low ridge connecting the Esquiline to the Palatine.
J: The Argiletum was the main street connecting the hill and the rest of Rome.
K: The part of the Oppian spur that sloped down to the Subura was the Fagutal.
L: Augustus built a popular portico on the Esquiline to honor his wife Livia.
M: Nero confiscated property on the Oppian spur to build his Domus Aurea.
N: The baths of Trajan were built on a platform over part of Nero's palace.