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  • Cosiddetta Tomba
  • Villa Adriana
  • Tiburtina Villa
  • Italy
  • Latium
  • Rome
  • Tivoli

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    • The circular monument known as the “Sepulchre” or the “Tomb,” situated at the northern margins of the complex of Hadrian’s Villa (between Piazza d’Oro and the Inferi), has been the object of cleaning and excavation. The building, which has always remained ... Read More
    • During this campaign investigation continued of the circular monument (the so-called Sepolcro or Tomba) and a new excavation was undertaken on a nearby rectangular building which was probably a small temple with a frontal flight of steps. As regards the so... Read More
    • In July 2010 trenches were excavated in two distinct areas inside Hadrian’s villa. The first sector, situated in the ex-campsite, north of the so-called mausoleum, saw the continuation of excavations in the proximity of a substantial circular, cement found... Read More
    • In September 2011, the excavation continued work in the aeras opened in 2009 and 2010.

      In the area of the ex-campsite, trenches II and VI were extended. In the first case, excavation was limited to the examination of a modern accumulation of marble chip

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    • Excavation continued in the sectors opened during the 2011-2012 campaigns. Trenches VI and VII, situated in the ex-campsite, were extended and three sondages were opened in the immediate vicinity.

      In the first case, small interventions clarified the nat

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FOLD&R

    • Alessandro Betori. 2004. Il "Sepolcro" di villa Adriana. FOLD&R Italy: 4.
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    • Alessandro Betori, Zaccaria Mari. 2005. Tivoli, Villa Adriana, edificio circolare noto come Sepolcro o Tomba, campagna di scavo 2004, breve sintesi dei risultati. FOLD&R Italy: 44.
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