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  • Guastuglia
  • Guastuglia
  • Italy
  • Umbria
  • Province of Perugia
  • Gubbio



  • 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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    • In 2005 two new trenches were opened with the aim of continuing the exploration of a drain made of stone blocks which emerged during the 2003-2004 campaign and appeared to form the boundary of a public square in the Roman city. Excavations to the east unc... Read More
    • The 2007 excavations were concentrated within the ample sector explored during the 2005-2006 campaigns, delimited by a monumental channels and monolithic hollowed out blocks for water drainage, connected to a monumental portico of which the entire southern... Read More
    • The 2008 excavations looked at the area delimited by the opus caementicium foundation walls of a temple building, uncovered during the 2005-2007 campaigns. The two interior rooms of the building were explored: the “cella”, 7.40 × 6.75 m and the “pronaos”... Read More
    • Four distinct occupation phases were excavated. The latest (2001-2005 excavations), datable to the beginning of the medieval period, was characterised by the remains of a house with several rooms, facing onto a very well-preserved basalt paved road.


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    • Every year the evidence emerging from the site adds increasingly important data to what is known about the public-religious complex. The 2010 campaign was one of the most productive of the whole ten year investigation. The aim was to concentrate on further... Read More
    • After a break of some years, the University of Perugia resumed archaeological research at Gubbio in the Roman quarter of the Guastuglia. The excavations were directed by Prof. Gian Luca Grassigli, in agreement with the local authorities and the Archaeolog... Read More
  • 600 BC
  • 100 BC
  • 150 AD