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  • c.d. Villa degli Antonini
  • Genzano di Roma



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      AIAC (Associazione Internazionale di Archeologia Classica).

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      • The site known as the “Villa of the Antonines” extended across a wide area south of the eighteenth mile of the ancient Via Appia. Since the 18th century the villa, of which some structures belonging to the bath complex have always remained visible, has ... Read More
      • The second field season conducted by Montclair State University took place in July 2011. The season continued the archaeological investigations begun in 2010.

        In 2011 we continued to investigate the curvilinear structure adjacent to the bath complex. Th

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      • During the third season of excavation, we continued the investigation of the curvilinear structure to the west of the bath complex. With the aim of defining the precise plan as well as the character of this structure, the excavation sectors to the north a... Read More
      • The fourth season of excavation has confirmed beyond doubt that the “curvilinear structure” investigated since 2010 is part of an amphitheatre.

        In addition to the sector (Saggio A) opened in 2012 ca. 30 m to the west of the “curvilinear structure,” two ne

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      • During the 2014 campaign, work continued in the amphitheatre identified in 2012. Excavations continued in Trench A and in the north and east sections of Area 1 (originally denominated area of the so-called ‘Curvilinear structure’), immediately west of the ... Read More
      • In 2015 archaeological investigation at the Villa of the Antonines was conducted in two distinct areas: the main one where the amphitheater and the baths are (Area 1), and another (Area 2) 150 m uphill where the 2014 excavation revealed two rooms decorated... Read More
      • During the 2016 season we continued to explore Area 1, where the amphitheater and the baths are located, and Area 2, ca. 150 m north of Area 1, where excavation revealed rooms decorated with black-and-white mosaics.

        The continuation of the investigation i

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      • During the 2017 season we continued to explore the amphitheater, west of the bath complex (Area 1), and the plausible residential quarters of the villa (Area 2), ca. 150 m north of Area 1, where rooms decorated with black-and-white mosaics were previously ... Read More
      • The 2018 field season broadened our understanding of the site and raised new questions. Explorations in Area 1 concentrated on the complex passageways underneath the amphitheater arena, not only further confirming the presence of a continuous series of ba... Read More
      • The 2019 investigations were conducted mainly in Area 2, identified as a residential sector of the villa and located about 150 m north of the area (Area 1) containing the baths and amphitheatre. In Saggio P we continued to uncover the black-and-white, ph... Read More
    • 500 BC
    • 1 AD
    • 300 AD