The results of a topographical research carried out in the northwestern territory Abella’s "agro" show the type of population during the first century AD, the distribution of productive settlements in its "agro". While a first revision of the archaeological data deriving from the ancient Abella’s city seems to mark, despite the epigraphic documentation, a lack of historical evidence of the first imperial age, apparently the topographical data collected in the countryside do not seem to suggest the abandonment of the productive sites between the 1st century BC and the early Augustan age, but rather their vitality and persistence over time. Some archaeological data seem to demonstrate not only the continuation of production on the sites, but also a renovation activity of the buildings following the earthquake of 62 AD and of the eruption of 79 AD which certainly struck the territories of Abella as documented epigraphically in the nearby town of Nola.
Good web site! I truly love how it is simple oon my
eyes and thee data are well written. I am wondering how I might be notified when a new post hass been made.
I've subscribed to your fed which must ddo the trick! Have a great day!
Just desire to say your article is as astonishing. The clarity to your submit
is just cool and that i can think you are knowledgeable
in this subject. Fine with your permission allow me to clutch your feed to keep up to date with drawing close post.
Thanks one million and please carry on the rewarding work.
Make sure you enter all the required information, indicated by an asterisk (*). HTML code is not allowed.