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Excavation

  • Carsulae, Area Archeologica Demaniale
  • Carsulae
  • Carsulae
  • Italy
  • Umbria
  • Province of Terni
  • San Gemini

Monuments

Periods

    • Roman Republican
    • Roman Imperial

Season

    • The excavation revealed the particularly interesting hypocaust structure of the apse. An opus vittatum wall, found abutting the exterior of the apse in the north-western corner of the excavation, formed one side of the furnace room which provided the hot... Read More
    • The 2007 excavation expanded out of the area of the apse and opened the western area of the rectangular room, which in 2006 we had determined rested on a double-level hypocaust. The total area now exposed by this research team over the three excavation sea... Read More
    • The 2008 season began with excavation to the south of the rectangular room, where in 2007 we had found a foliate-carved column buried under a badly made wall. The badly made wall extends to the southwest from Wall E, the southern wall of the rectangular ro... Read More
    • The fifth season of excavation of the baths at Carsulae took place in a six-week program from June 13 to July 24, 2010. It focused on three separate areas: the southwestern exterior of the bath building itself, and on two arms of the polygonal wall, the ... Read More
    • The sixth season of excavation of the baths at Carsulae took place in a six-week program from June 12 to July 23, 2011, under the direction of Prof. Jane K. Whitehead of Valdosta State University (Georgia, USA). Grants received over the previous winter ... Read More
    • The seventh season of excavation of the baths at Carsulae took place in a six-week program from June 11 to July 22, 2012 under the direction of Prof. Jane K. Whitehead of Valdosta State University (Georgia, USA). Our ultimate excavation goal for the 201... Read More
    • The discoveries of 2013 have yielded a new understanding of the forms and phases of the baths’ construction; these include five furnaces. They are numbered clockwise, starting with Furnace #1 on the western side of the apse; this was the first discovered,... Read More
    • The 2014 excavation opened a considerable area: twelve 2.5 × 2.5 m. quadrants, a season total of 75 sq. m. (Fig. 1). Another three quadrants, previously opened, were deepened down to the paved floor of the structure. The excavated area has more than doub... Read More
    • The five-week study season of research into the previously excavated finds from the site of the Roman baths at Carsulae extended from June 19 to July 26, 2015. All of our major goals were met:

      1. Assigning of new inventory numbers to all finds as designa

      ... Read More
    • The overall goals for the season were to prepare the exposed architectural remains for conservation and also, in consultation, to develop a site conservation plan. To those ends, the following actions were taken: (1) partially excavated areas of the baths ... Read More

FOLD&R

    • Jane K. Whitehead. 2010. The Baths at Carsulae. Excavations and Survey 2004-2008 . FOLD&R Italy: 187.
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  • 900 BC
  • 300 BC
  • 400 AD

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