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L. P. Kucherenko

The Roman censors in town-planning practice of Italy

The Roman censors town-planning practice in the territory of Italy shows that they have brought the certain contribution to urbanization of Italy. The purposes and character of building were defined by the problems which faced Roman civitas, who have left into the new orbit of its history at this time. The Roman influence and its way of life start to extend in the Apennines also due censors activity in the field of building. In this field activity of censors was rather various and versatile. In majority it had utilitarian character and was reduced to building of bridges and aqueducts, roads, arrangement of the markets, a construction of public buildings. In such various censors build creativity the fortification and temple building was practically absent. Censors had freedom in reception and realisation of allocated means because of their participation in financial sphere of Roman civitas. Censors were more conscientious in the carrying out their duties, however the cases of infringement of financial discipline and moral standards took place.


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