Ferento was a Roman, early medieval and medieval town. It was a Roman municipium, bishop’s see until the 6th century and was finally destroyed in 1172. The excavation provided interesting data which not only regarded the earliest phases of occupation in th... Read More
Ferento was first a Roman town, then a bishop’s see until the 6th century and was finally destroyed in 1172. Excavation of the town has provided interesting evidence regarding the earliest occupation phases of the area (Etruscan remains) and also the monum... Read More
The excavation of the Roman, early medieval and medieval town of Ferento, first Roman municipium, bishop’s see until the 6th century and destroyed in 1172, provided important data, not only for the earliest phases of use (Etruscan occupation), but also r... Read More
In trench III work continued in the western extension of the excavation, documenting the structures of the medieval house B and the late antique levels of the vicus which crosses the decumanus maximus running north-south. Excavations in the area of the R... Read More
In trench III excavation continued of the extension towards the west, documenting (below medieval house B) the late antique levels of the vicus which crossed the decumanus maximus on a north-south alignment. The cleaning began of house C, situated south of... Read More
Nel Saggio III si è proseguito lo scavo dell’ampliamento Ovest, documentando (a Ovest della casa medievale B) un settore non interessato dagli sterri degli anni ‘50: in esso è quindi presente l’intera sequenza stratigrafica del sito, conclusa superiormente... Read More
In trench III, excavations continued of the extension to the west of medieval house B. The removal of the layers of collapse from the medieval structures was completed and excavation of the occupation layers and beaten surfaces of building L began, which h... Read More
Francesca Rizzo, Carlo Pavolini, Michele T. Fortunato. 2013. Una deposizione rituale nell’area della domus ad atrio di Ferento. FOLD&R Italy: 293.