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Discover 11 places to see in Pozzuoli

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Anfiteatro Flavio

Built in the 1st century AD, the Flavian Amphitheatre, is where where the main roads of the region, the Via Domitiana and away to Napoli, replacing the old building to Roman Republican shows become inadequate due to the huge population growth of Puteoli. The amphitheatre, in terms of capacity, was lower in Italy only to the Colosseum and Capua. From the constructive point of view, it consists of three orders, the ima, media and summa cavea (stands of bleachers), crowned above by a penthouse, according to the traditional architectural canons. An audience of slabs of travertine, raised by a notc


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Flavian Amphitheatre and Temple of Serapis

Built in the 1st century AD, the Flavian Amphitheatre, is where where the main roads of the region, the Via Domitiana and away to Napoli, replacing the old building to Roman Republican shows become inadequate due to the huge population growth of Puteoli. The amphitheatre, in terms of capacity, was lower in Italy only to the Colosseum and Capua. From the constructive point of view, it consists of three orders, the ima, media and summa cavea (stands of bleachers), crowned above by a penthouse, according to the traditional architectural canons. An audience of slabs of travertine, raised by a notc


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Transient Hole

The area of the Forum of ancient Puteoli, built on a large panoramic terrace in front of the rocca del Rione Terra, was spotted in the 19th century due to the discovery of some inscriptions, one of which was precisely referring to the Forum Transitorium. The site were then identified a number of shops and a monumental nymphaeum with opus latericium, before which there was a paved square, bordered by a portico with columns and marble flooring. At the end of the twentieth century came to light also late antique shops, obliterated by a ballast built with ancient architectural elements re-used mar


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Underground C Fund

In C are located a series of Roman funerary tombs, along with the walls of different tiers of niches. In the third environment arcosolio of one of them is visible, yet, part of the usual seat for a meal in honor of the deceased. In the first two rooms, the presence of dry stone walls that surround cells for burial, witnesses of a reuse in late old age. Hypogea group only the two largest have a rich decoration in white stucco walls and affecting the time, despite the cuts over time to asportarvi the course considered the finest. Decoration, common to both the underground and resumed the patter


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Macellum

The building, known for its bradyseism phenomena of flegrea area, was brought to light in the mid-18th century, during a period of positive bradyseism, under the reign of Charles III of Bourbon. The monument, named Temple of Serapis for the discovery of the statue of the God, is actually a macellum, i.e. a public market which stood near the ripa, not far from the emporium of the Roman city. The monumental access is located on the southwest side of the building, the old port area, while the other side is divided by a large semicircular, underlined by the increased size of four columns in front


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C.d. necropolis of San Vito

Along the way-Capuam Puteolis develops the so-called monumental necropolis of San Vito, which, thanks to European funding, it was possible to dig some of the recently most of the fifth Southern East. The survey has brought to light the last six buildings, of which were in sight of the Sun, or that were entirely concealed from colluviale material from the crater Hill descended by Cerda. All include a subterranean room, on whose walls have more niches to accommodate the olle to contain the ashes of the deceased, with lateral benches often reused for later formae (pit graves for burials), and an


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Necropolis in Via Cell

The Roman necropolis, dating from between the 1st and the 2nd century a.d., is located along the stretch of the via Consularis-Puteolis Capuam, which engages the via-Neapolim Puteolis. Burial area has been identified a group of fourteen mausoleums burial so-called colombari, already investigated in ' 700, while the first regular excavations date back to the thirties of the last century; but only in the 1960s, he proceeded to free the whole group of buildings along the East side of the road. To these is added a building monuments interpreted as collegium funeraticium, (whose members Associatio


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