Omnes viae Romam ducunt.

During the heyday of history's longest-running empire, that slogan faced travelers everywhere. Translation: All roads lead to Rome. The deeper meaning reflected much more than directional guidance. As masters of communication (long before the information age), the Romans were sending a message: Rome was the world's center, and Roman rule was central to life in the empire.

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