Cincinnatus is also the namesake
, where a fraternal organization
in his honor proposed the name in the 19th century. In a park downtown, you can see a bronze statue
of the farmer-dictator. He is posed with one hand on a plow
and with the other outstretched, offering back the symbol of his dictatorship
: an axe the handle of which is bound in short sticks.
Like Rome, Cincinnati was built on seven hills.