There are many different ways to reach the same outcome or destination.
During the period of the Roman Empire all roads built in mainland Europe led to the empire's capital city. So, no matter where you started from, Rome was your final destination. Chaucer used the expression A thousand roads lead men for ever toward Rome in 1391 (Mille vie ducunt hominem per secular Roman).
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