• Regio IX
  • Pompei
  • Pompeii


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    • 300 BC - 79 AD
    • 520 BC - 480 BC


      • Investigations in the Regio IX concentrated on the point where a small brick-built portico seemed to indicate the presence of a small cult site used as a compitum in the Roman period. However, the excavations revealed that the portico was a monumental addition to an earlier public well dating to the mid-Samnite period, probably opened at the time of the town’s eastward expansion following the construction of the Viu Mefiu mentioned in an Oscan inscription (Vetter 32). (Erik Pender)
      • Excavations of the buildings in Regio IX confirmed the 3rd century B.C. date for their earliest layout and established closer dating, late 6th-beginning of the 5th century B.C., for the stretch of wall cut by the foundations of the _opus quadratum_ façade of _domus_ IX.7. Other parts of the same wall were traced to below the house’s eastern perimeter wall: the complete excavation of the latter is planned for the 2007 campaign. (Marco Giglio)


      • F. Coarelli, F. Pesando et al., 2005, Il Progetto Regio VI. Campagna di scavo 2004, in Rivista di Studi Pompeiani 16: 166-207.
      • F. Coarelli, F. Pesando, 2004, Pompei: Progetto Regio VI, in ww.fastionline.org/docs/2004-26.pdf.
      • W. Van Andringa, 2000, Autels de carrefour, organisation vicinale et rapports de voisinage a Pompéi, in Rivista di Studi Pompeiani 11: 61, nr. 25.
      • L. Anniboletti, 2007, Testimonianze preromane del culto domestico a Pompei: i compita vicinalia sulla facciata di abitazioni, in www.fastionline.org/docs/FOLDER-it-2007-83.pdf.
      • L. Anniboletti, V. Befani, R. Cassetta, C. Costantino, M. Antolini, T. Cinaglia, P. Leone, R. Proietti, 2007, Pompei: Progetto “Regio VI” - I primi secoli di Pompei -Aggiornamento 2007, in www.fastionline.org/docs/FOLDER-it-2007-84.pdf.