(Encyclopedia) Latin Way: see Roman roads. (Encyclopedia) Valerian Way: see Roman roads. (Encyclopedia) Aemilian Way: see Roman roads. (Encyclopedia) Praenestine Way: see Roman roads. (Encyclopedia) right of way, in land and air traffic and in sea navigation, rules that determine precedence in the use of traffic lanes. The rules are framed in the simplest possible terms and with? (Encyclopedia) Pilgrims' Way, ancient English road that ran from Hampshire to Kent, over the Sussex Downs. It is so called because it may have been used during the Middle Ages by pilgrims who? (Encyclopedia) Fosse Way f?s, Roman road in England. It apparently ran from Exeter (Isca Dumnoniorum) NE past Bath (Aquae Sulis), Cirencester (Corinium Dobunnorum), and Leicester (Ratae Coritanorum)? (Encyclopedia) Milky Way, the galaxy of which the sun and solar system are a part, seen as a broad band of light arching across the night sky from horizon to horizon; if not blocked by the horizon,? (Encyclopedia) Appian Way ?p??n, Lat. Via Appia, most famous of the Roman roads, built (312 &BC;) under Appius Claudius Caecus. It connected Rome with Capua and was later extended to Beneventum? (Encyclopedia) Flaminian Way fl?m?n??n, one of the principal Roman roads, the greatest artery from Rome to Cisalpine Gaul. Construction was begun (220 &BC;) by Caius Flaminius. The road ran N?