Archaeological sites of the Roman Time

Browse the map below to view all the archaeological sites and parks of Italy dating back to the Ancient Romans period.

There is evidence of Roman occupation all over the Italian peninsula - from North to South - both in large and small urban centres. Between amphitheaters, theaters and holes .. a truly magical journey into the Empire.

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Spello's Villa of Mosaics, with 500 square meters of mosaic floors recovered, it's one of the most amazing archaeological treasure in Umbria and throughout Italy. The Villa was discovered by chance in the 2005…

Corfinium was an ancient city founded by the Peligni people right in the center of the peninsula. We could say that Italy was born in its territory: in fact, the name "Italica" and then later "Italy" was used to refer to this city, chosen by the Italics as the capital of their league against Rome at the time of the social war in the first century B.C…

The city of Herculaneum rise on a volcanic quay at the edge of a cliff by the sea. The view is amazing. No one could describe it fair enough with bare words. It wasn't spared by the eruption of Vesuvius in the year 79 AD. It had been buried under 75 feet of ashes, as near Pompeii, untill the excavations by Borbons that brought it back into the world.…
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