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  • Norba

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    • The Italian Database is the result of a collaboration between:

      MIBAC (Ministero per i Beni e le Attività Culturali - Direzione Generale per i Beni Archeologici),

      ICCD (Istituto Centrale per il Catalogo e la Documentazione) and

      AIAC (Associazione Internazionale di Archeologia Classica).

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    Periods

      • Archaic
      • Classical
      • Roman Republican

    Season

      • The shape of the city, as it appears today with its uniform walls and urban layout, has generally been dated to the first half of or the mid 4th century B.C.

        A systematic survey of the urban area has modified the interpretation of the city’s urban plan

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      • The dramatic destruction of Norba in 81 B.C., during the war between Marius and Sulla, and the uninhabited nature of the plateau on which it stood, make this town an excellent site for the observation of urban planning and architecture in a Roman centre as... Read More
      • The research undertaken in 2010 aimed to acquire further knowledge of the urban plan and private construction. The work concentrated on a number of roads and a large domus situated along a road branching off from the main east-west road, below the acropo... Read More
      • In 2011, excavations continued in the urban area; in particular on the road running south-south west/north-north east, and the houses that were part of an interesting residential sector facing on to it on the east side.

        In previous years, excavations i

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      • The research looked at the urban layout and a residential building, giving priority to interventions of use for the creation of the archaeological park.

        Excavation was completed of three roads that branched from the main road crossing the town on the no

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      • The 2014 excavations took place on the central plateau of the ancient city, to the north-east of the previously investigated residential sector of the II traversa (_domus_ IV, V and VI). Delimited to the east by the I _traversa _ of the main city road le... Read More
    • 1100 BC
    • 500 BC
    • 1 BC