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  • Prati di San Martino
  • Remanzacco
  • Prati di San Martino
  • Italy
  • Friuli Venezia Giulia
  • Udine
  • Remanzacco



  • 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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    • Archaeological investigations were undertaken in the area occupied by a small rural church visible from aerial photographs. The aim was to uncover the surviving structures of the site, verify the existence of a cemetery area, ascertain the presence of a pe... Read More
    • The small church of S. Martino, built with the entrance to the west and the apse to the east, was demolished in about 1813 and robbed of its building material to the point that only part of the foundation walls were found, standing to a maximum height of t... Read More
    • Excavations were undertaken to the east (apse area) and west (entrance area) of the church.

      Apse area

      The deposit along the apse side of the church was removed to a distance of 5 m from the apse itself. In the past bones had been found in disturbed

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    • The excavations took place in the area in front of the west side of the church entrance.

      Five burials in earth graves were uncovered (tombs 21-25), orientated east-west, with the cranium to the west. The anthropological remains are being studied by Dr.

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    • Excavations were undertaken inside the church and to the east of the building, in the apse area.

      Internally, two trenches on a north-south alignment were opened. One revealed an infant burial in an earth grave (tomb 26); the other contained no archaeolo

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    • The 2012 campaign had three main objectives: completion of the excavations east of the apse; excavation inside the church; the excavation of two trenches parallel to the north and south walls.


      The area in this sector was

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    • The excavation investigated the surface on which the church’s foundations rested outside of its southern wall. This layer was formed by sterile alluvial gravel that has now been exposed across almost the entire archaeological area.

      Its removal revealed

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    • The investigation looked at the construction bed of the church to the south of its south side, in the area that was not excavated in 2013. In particular, the excavation checked the situation adjacent to the church’s south wall. The first layer was made up ... Read More
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  • 500 AD
  • 1810 AD


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