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  • Calvatone
  • Costa di S. Andrea, area di proprietà provinciale
  • Bedriacum
  • Italy
  • Lombardy
  • Province of Cremona
  • Calvatone



  • 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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    • Investigations were undertaken in two distinct sectors: Eastern sector 2005 and North-western sector 2005. In Eastern sector 2005 the earliest phase of the “domus del Labirinto” was investigated. Datable to between the mid 1st century B.C. and the Tiberi... Read More
    • The excavation investigated two separate areas: Sector east 2006 and sector north-west 2006.

      In sector east 2006 investigation of the earliest phase of the ‘Domus del Labirinto’ continued. Excavations in the sector north of the domus of Tiberian-Claudia

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    • The campaign involved a single large area, denominated Sector north-west 2007.

      With the opening of a large area adjacent to the eastern edge of the 2006 trench the upper stratigraphic levels were investigated, revealing structural remains immediately be

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    • A single large sector was excavated, Sector 2008. Extending over an area of 576 m2, this sector represented the link between the two large areas of the Roman vicus investigated in previous years. These areas were the ‘Domus del Labirinto’ to the north a... Read More
    • A single large sector was excavated, Sector 2009. This area formed the northern edge of the sector partially excavated during the previous season. The excavation aimed to continue investigation of the stratigraphy in the area of the opus signinum floor ... Read More
    • After one year of break, the excavation resumed in 2011 focusing on a single large area of the so-called Artisans’ Quarter, already partially excavated during the previous seasons (North-western sectors 2005, 2006, 2007). The aim has been to deepen the inv... Read More
    • Archaeological investigations were carried out this year in the so-called “Artisans’ Quarter”, specifically in several sectors already partially explored in 2005, 2006, 2007, and 2011.

      The investigations were particularly addressed to better understand

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    • In the “Artisans’ Quarter” the research focused on the phase dating to the 1st century AD, that included a sequence of rooms and structures aligned in NW/SE direction, brought to light during the 2012 excavations.

      The excavations continued south of thes

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    • In the 2014 fieldwork two large trenches were opened (total extension: 560 sq m) in an area that had never been investigated before.

      In the Settore Sud 2014, to the west of the area of the Domus del Kantharos investigated in 2008, it has been proved t

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    • The archaeological campaign in 2015 involved an unexplored area with a total extension of 112 sq m, bordering to SW with the Settore Nord 2014 (the western part) and to SE with the area of the Domus del Labirinto investigated between 2001 and 2006 (the eas... Read More
    • The archaeological campaign in 2016 involved an area with a total extension of 464 sq m, bordering on the area of the Domus del Labirinto to the North (excavations in 2001-2006) and on the area of the Domus del Kantharos to the East (excavations in 2008-20... Read More


    • Antonino Crisà - Lilia Palmieri. 2023. The ‘Calvatone Hoard 2018’ (Cremona, Italy): Archaeology and Hoarding Trends During the Reign of Gallienus (AD 253-268). FOLD&R Italy: 551.
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    • Lorenzo Zamboni - Veronica Cicolani - Armand Grout. 2023. La fisionomia di un vicus nella Cisalpina romana Il caso di Calvatone-Bedriacum attraverso indagini geofisiche integrate . FOLD&R Italy: 566.
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