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The remains of the ancient Roman colony of Abellinum, inferred graccana age (late 2nd century BC), and implanted on an earlier settlement sannitico (IV-III century BC), the Oppidum Abellinatium, occupy the current plateau of Civita, Northwest of the present-day village of Atripalda, on the left bank of the river Saturday, since antiquity via natural link between Benevento and Salerno. At the entrance of the Civita, the northern section is still visible a part of the Roman wall, built in opus reticulatum (Opus reticulatum), with pyramid-shaped "tufelli" at. At the edge of the moat, which surro
On the Apennine watershed in the locality of St. Eleutherius of Ariano Irpino, you can visit the remains of the ancient centre of Aequum Tuticum, road node, from where numerous roads radiating that connected from North to South the Sannio with Campania, and from East to West the Tyrrhenian side with that Adriatic. In the Republican period, via Aemilia Aequum Tuticum connecting with Darko Fioccaglia and Aeclanum. In 109 ad, the Center is crossed by the via Traiana and later by Herculia. Despite that the toponym alludes to a Aequum Tuticum sannitico settlement, the oldest attested by excavations
Built on project of ing. Carmine Bailey by Gaetano Romano building in 1883, he took his customs increased activity during the reign of the Bourbons, above all for the disposal of cereals from Puglia, but also as a weekly market and annual fair.
From the 50 's onwards, the building's spaces were used somewhat disparate: from cinema to bus depot, and finally at school. Structural adjustments due to using it changed the original architectural structure.
Since 1993 the customs of grains, free use to the current Superintendent of BSAE, is a container used as a museum preserving historical artifacts r
The former Customs Palace Museum of grains is near the ancient Abellinum site and forms a sort of connection between the archaeological and the historical center of the city. The building, built in the first half of the 19th century, near the River on Saturday, was restored after the powerful earthquake of November 23, 1980. Here are kept the relics from the ancient settlements of Abellinum (Avellino) and Atripalda. In the Museum the former Palace of Customs is housed a permanent exhibition that includes artifacts from the ancient Abellinum settlement and collects paintings, paintings and sta