Battle at the Milvian Bridge, Audran after Le Brun.
1700 (one thousend, seven hundred) years ago.
SAXA RUBRA – PAL. E – RAI STORIA (*)
Red for the blood
flowed that Day.
More than 500,000 liters
[FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND]
of human blood.
“The stone is red
for the Red Tuff (see here).”
The Romans called this place so,
to reMember the more then 70,000 Soldiers dead,
(*) Managed by Silvia Calandrelli, see here an interview on Borsa Mediterranea del Turismo Archeologico Youtube Channel