Several trenches had already been dug by Luisa Bertacchi in the area under investigation in the central decades of the last century. These trenches were partly identified on the surface, a factor which consented their re-positioning on the overall plan of ... Read More
The area of the so-called “Triclinium of the Flowered Carpet”, uncovered in the 1960s by Luisa Bertacchi in the garden next to the Carabinieri barracks, would seem to constitute the reception area of the house that is the subject of this archaeological inv... Read More
From 2005 onwards an area of Aquileia (lots. cat. 424/6, 18-19, 23-27 and 425/1, 3, 5-6, 14-16) has been the object of an archaeological investigation undertaken by the University of Trieste under concession from the Archaeological Superintendency of Friul... Read More
Although the complete plan of the house is not yet known, to date circa twenty rooms have been identified. The main entrance was probably situated on the ancient via Gemina, indicated by some as the ancient town’s decumanus maximus, situated south of the... Read More
The site is situated in one of the central areas of Roman Aquilea. In fact, the so-called “Domus of the Dancing Putti” occupies the second insula north-west of the forum, not far from the river port. Its name comes from the splendid polychrome mosaic depic... Read More
Il sito si colloca in un’area nevralgica del tessuto urbano di Aquileia romana. La cd “Domus dei Putti Danzanti” occupa, infatti, la seconda insula a nord-est del Foro, a poche decine di metri dal porto fluviale. La denominazione “Putti Danzanti” si deve a... Read More
The site is situated at the centre of Roman Aquileia. The so-called “Domus dei Putti Danzanti” occupies the second insula north-east of the forum, a few tens of metres from the river port. Its name comes from the splendid polychrome mosaic of eroti sur... Read More
Il sito si colloca in un’area nevralgica del tessuto urbano di Aquileia romana. La cd “Domus dei Putti Danzanti” occupa, infatti, la seconda insula a nord-est del Foro, a poche decine di metri dal porto fluviale.
La denominazione “Putti Danzanti” s... Read More
Based on the investigations undertaken to date, the so-called “House of the Dancing Cherubs”, situated in the second insula north-east of the forum, probably occupied the entire quarter. In fact, no perimeters have been found except for the one towards t... Read More
Dal 2005 l’Università di Trieste ha dato avvio ad una campagna di scavo in un’area a ridosso della via Gemina e coincidente con una delle insulae residenziali più importanti della città antica, vicina al Foro e al porto fluviale. L’intera area era stata in... Read More
Emanuela Murgia. 2017. Pittura parietale ad Aquileia
Intonaci dipinti dall’insula a nord-est del Foro
. FOLD&R Italy: 392.