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  • Rione Terra
  • Pozzuoli
  • Puteoli
  • Italy
  • Campania
  • Naples
  • Pozzuoli



  • 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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    • On the acropolis of Rione Terra at Pozzuoli a lararium came to light, entirely frescoed with two overlying phases of plaster. It was inside a Roman underground chamber situated along via Duomo which retraces the decumanus maximus of Augustan date. Pain... Read More
    • Excavations reopened at Rione Terra. During the laying of a sewer pipe at the foot of the acropolis, in the area of the present port, three large quadrangular pillars in opus caementicium, faced with opus latericius came to light. Standing circa 2 m ap... Read More
    • At Rione Terra excavations continued in the area of the archaeological park comprising the western sector of the decumanus maximus of the colony and one of the cardines. Excavation of a horrea complex was completed. The horrea were of the cryptoporti... Read More
    • Behind the pistrinum the remains of a mid-imperial kiln came to light, built on top of late Republican structures. A complex of rectangular narrow cells identified below the pistrinum were also excavated. The cells opened onto four corridors at right ... Read More
    • Four rooms were uncovered which in antiquity occupied the northern edge of the Capitolium terrace. In one a floor of large quadrangular marble slabs was preserved. This fact, together with the recovery of an extraordinary quantity of architectural material... Read More
    • Together with the forum area the archaeological exploration of Rione Terra has brought to light the line of the colony’s western cardo, below the present via De Fraja. This cardo sloped slightly to the north in order to join up with the decumanus bel... Read More
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