The Palatine Hill (Laitin: Collis Palatium or Mons Palatinus) is the centermaist o the Seiven Hills o Roum an is ane o the maist auncient pairts o the ceety. It staunds 40 metres[1] abuin the Forum Romanum, leukin doun upon it on ane side, an upon the Circus Maximus on the ither.

The Palatine Hill
Ane o the seven hills o Roum
Laitin namePalatium
Italian nameColle Palatino
BigginsFlavian Palace
FowkCicero, Augustus, Tiberius, Domitian
EventsFindin o Romulus an Remus
Auncient Roman releegionTemple o Apollo Palatinus, Temple o Cybele, Lupercalia, Secular Gemmes
Meethological figursRomulus an Remus, Faustulus

It is the etymological origin o the wird "palace" an its cognates in ither leids (Italian "Palazzo", French "Palais", German "Palast", etc.).


  1. Palatine Hill. (2007). In Encyclopædia Britannica. Retrieved August 25, 2007, from Encyclopædia Britannica Online: