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Owner description: The domus is unique in the archaological panorama of Canosa. Excavations have revealed a residence of the Augustan articulated according to the scheme Italic atrium. The large central atrium with impluvium gravitate environments thresholds limestone walls and floors decorated in uncertain work signino of clay. Elevations have wall paintings, not yet been restored, with geometric decorations and plants satifying the requirements of IV syle. The building features hilly interior, has been progressively extending to the rear, however, affected by the pre-existence of neighborhood destination craftsmanship, with functional facilities to small factories. Of interest are the remains of a hollow way designed to overcome the strong slope of the Hill Montesupolo. The street is paved in the stretch summit and ramp steps in the trench bottom.
Reviewed 24 July 2016 via mobile
57marotta Brescia, Italy
Reviewed 24 July 2016
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