Definition of Appian Way in English:

Appian Way

proper noun

  • In classical times, the principal road south from Rome, named after the censor Appius Claudius Caecus, who built the section to Capua in 312 BC; it was later extended to Brindisi.

    Latin name Via Appia

Pronunciation:

Appian Way

/ˌapēən ˈwā/