The first emperor of the Roman Empire, Augustus, is responsible for building the Forum of Augustus, which was known as one of the Imperial forums in Rome. Not only did the structure serve as a place of honor, but it also was used to store the treasures that came from their battles. In this article, you will learn more about the history and significance of this site.
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