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英文の和訳で困っています 和訳を助けてください

英文の和訳で困っています 和訳を教えていただきたいです よろしくお願いします!! When not in use for drills and other displays, it would have been open to the general public as a pleasant intramural open space, analogous to the monumental porticus, such as the Porticus of Octavia and the Porticus of Livia, which the emperor created(in continuance of a Republican tradition) in the capital. It was provided with a central swimming pool and planted with plane trees whose estimated age at the time of the eruption is the chief argument for an Augustan date. The importance of the campus is attested by the fact that the space was obtained by suppressing six blocks of the pre-existing street-grid.

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演習やその他の展示などに使用しないときには、首都において時の皇帝が作った(共和党の伝統の継承として)オッタビーアのポルティコ(※1)やリヴィアのポルティコといった記念碑的柱廊同様、楽しむ為の壁内オープンスペースとして、一般大衆に解放されていたであろう。 中央にはスイミングプールを配しプラタナスの木が植えられており、その木の火山噴火時の推定樹齢が、アウグストゥス時代の始まりと終わりに関する根本的根拠である。 広場の重要性は、既存の通りの碁盤の目の6区画をつぶすことによりスペースを確保したという事実により証明されている ※1:アウグストゥスが妹オクタヴィアマイナーに捧げた列柱のある建物。古代ローマの遺跡

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