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Roman amphitheatre of Alife

The Amphitheatre of Alife is imposed on the suburban landscape of the ancient city. The building features testimonials from two building phases: in the first the building had a greater elevation and a large arena, the same level as the surrounding countryside; in the second phase was reduced the height of the monument, digging beneath the floor of the arena, and it adds an internal forum for more prominent citizens. The monument was then progressively dismantled pe reuse of stone building materials in the construction of the nearby town. The amphitheatre can be dated to the early decades of th


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Cd mausoleum. of the Acilii Glabriones

The mausoleum is burial, 19TH October Square, outside the East Gate of the town of Alife. The entrance to the building was located on the East side, while it can be assumed that the inscription on the Tomb owner was located in the West side, toward the city, or North, toward the road. But nothing is left of this inscription, so much so that the name of the founder of the monument remained unknown; Some historians, without evidence, attribute it to the noble family of Acilii Glabriones, that had to have extensive properties in ABBA territory. In the absence of other elements the monument dating


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Archaeological Museum of ancient Allifae

To illustrate the history and culture of the peoples who lived in ancient times the territory of Matese-Cardozo, originally part of Samnium, and then placed in the Augustan regio (Latium et Campania), was established in the town of Alife, which preserves in its underground remnants of the Roman colony of Allifae, a local archaeological museum inside a building of municipal property. The venue consists of a modern building situated close to the City Hall and the old town, which is still bordered by the impressive Roman walls. In the Museum are now collected the testimonies relating to the vari


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