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 ancients explained the name of the hill as meaning "the city of Janus."
B: The hill is located west of the Tiber River and outside the Servian wall.
C: The Janiculum was always one of the traditional seven hills of Rome.
D: The Janiculum was the center for an early cult of the god Janus.
E: Ancus Marcius fortified the hill as a defensive outpost of Rome.
F: An aqueduct built by Trajan powered a series of gristmills on the hill.
G: The Aurelian wall was extended up the hill to include the water mills.
H: The Gauls besieged the city in AD 537 by cutting off the water supply.
I: Natural and artificial valleys divide the ridge of the hill into three parts.
J: The highest point of the ridge, in its larger sense, is the Mons Vaticanus.
K: A temple to the Syrian deity Juppiter Heliopolitanus was erected on the hill.
L: Caius Gracchus died voluntarily on the hill in the sacred grove of Furrina.
M: The Janiculum was once believed to be the site where St. Peter was crucified.
N: It was not until the 17th century that the Janiculum was inclosed by walls.