Things to look for: SPQR

The weird anagram SPQR appears all over Rome. It’s an abbreviation for Senatus Populesque Romanus which is Latin for “The Senate and the People of Rome.” This dates back to the Roman Republic and was used all over on official documents, dedicatory inscriptions, and, yes, drains.

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