Tabularium

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This article is about Tabularium in the ancient world. For Tabularium in Nova Roma, see Tabularium (Nova Roma).

The Tabularium was built by Lucius Cornelius Sulla "Felix," (dictator 83-80 BCE). It was designed to house Rome's bureaucracy. In it were stored the laws, edicts, and treaties that Rome's magistrates produced. The Tabularium (or "Hall of Records") is located at the west end of the Forum Romanum.

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Vaulting inside tabularium structure, Roma. Photo by M. Lucretius Agricola. Used by permission. All rights reserved.
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View across Roman forum from inside tabularium structure, Roma. Photo by M. Lucretius Agricola. Used by permission. All rights reserved.
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