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Dr Who

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From TARDIS Index File, the free Doctor Who reference.

Rome was a city in Italy. It played an important role in Earth history, most notably as the centre of the Roman Empire, a large empire in early Human history.

Around the 5th century BC, the Cult of Demnos flourished in Italy. (DW: The Masque of Mandragora)

An alternative version of 41 BC Rome was created by the Rani, but with more advanced technology. (MA: State of Change)

The Doctor, Ian Chesterton, Barbara Wright and Vicki visited Rome in A.D.64. (DW: The Romans)

Rome was the new home of the Caecilius family after the destruction of Pompeii in A.D.79. (DW: The Fires of Pompeii)

A group of Roman soldiers was kidnapped by the War Lords for use in their war games (DW: The War Games)

In 1923 a British archaeological survey of Rome by professor Livesy-Smythe turned up a scroll by Caecilius telling of the true faith of Pompeii, first alerting Torchwood to the existence of the Pyroviles. (Captain Jack's Monster Files)

In an alternate 1970s Rome Magog was worshipped. (DWM: The Iron Legion)

In 2006 Rome was one of the many locations affected by the Sycorax's blood control, causing people to stand on the top of the Colosseum ready to jump. (DW: The Christmas Invasion)

In 2096, Rome was an independent city-state on a destitute Earth. (PDA: The Indestructible Man)

In the year 12005, the New Roman Empire flourished. (DW: The End of the World)

no further details are known, but it was presumably inspired by the original Roman Empire, and thus most likely had its capital in Rome.

Behind the scenes

In 2007, Rome's Cinecittà Studios played host to production of the episode The Fires of Pompeii; discounting some minor second unit work done for Daleks in Manhattan, this was the first Doctor Who adventure to be filmed outside the UK since Doctor Who: The TV Movie in the 1990s.

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Memory-beta

Up to date as of February 02, 2010

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Rome was the capital city of the nation-state of Italy, located on Earth's European continent. Rome was located at the confluence of the Tiber and Aniene rivers, near the western coast of Italy. The Federation starships USS Rome were named for this city.

The city has played a major role in shaping Earth history. Rome was the capital of the Roman Republic, and would later become the capital of the Roman Empire - the largest and most powerful empire in classical western civilization. (TOS episode: "By Any Other Name"; TNG novel: The Captains' Honor)

Marcus Aurelius was a warrior and philosopher from Rome. (DS9 novel: Avatar, Book One)

When a landing party from the USS Enterprise encountered the Guardian of Forever on the planet Gateway in 2267, the Guardian displayed images from Ancient Rome. (TOS novel: The Fire and the Rose)

Rome and the surrounding area were the subject of much archaeological study in the modern age, as the city was built in layers upon ruins of previous eras. (CoE eBook: Ghost)

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DC Comics

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Rome is the capital of Italy.

There was a Justice League Europe embassy in Rome. Occasionally Mary West, mother of the Flash, would use her son's JLE Transporter to travel there and shop. It was during one of these visits that she met Interpol inspector Antonio Verdi.[1]

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Marvel Database

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Capital of Italy and birthplace of Count Nefaria. In Pieta (Italy), Nicholas Fury (Earth-616) had one of his secret hideouts there. He described the base as #7.

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