Falerii – Via Amerina camp
Faliscan and Roman periods
XXV ARCHAEOLOGICAL CAMPAIGN
Via Amerina was for the Ager Faliscus the key component for the Romanization that occurred after the fall of the Falerii Veteres (241 B.C.). The goal of this camp has always been the project of recovery, research and enhancement of the via Amerina complex.
The XXV campaign will continue the archaeological investigation of the S. Giovenale site (Corchiano, VT), not far from the Faliscan centre of Corchiano and the via Amerina. The headland of S. Giovenale was first occupied by a Faliscan necropolis (IV-III century B.C.), followed by a small roman settlement (III-II century B.C.). The research is organized in collaboration with the Soprintendenza Archeologia, Belle Arti e Paesaggio per l’Area metropolitana di Roma, la provincia di Viterbo e l’Etruria meridionale and the town of Corchiano.
DATES AND PRICES
First shift: from 17th to 30th of July 2017
Second shift: from 31st of July to 13th of August 2017
Individual participation price:
The whole shift (two weeks): 355 €
One single week: 245 €
Room and board are included in the prices.
Rooms: located in Gruppo Archeologico Romano’s centre in the old train station FF.SS. of Corchiano. Address: Via Contrada Cardelli 1, Corchiano (VT)
The arrival at the camp is expected for 18:00 on the Monday and leaving for 10:00 on the Sunday.
RESPONSIBLE OF THE CAMP
Riccardo La Farina: firstname.lastname@example.org – Phone (+39) 349 6295133
HOW TO GET THERE
Public transport: Regional Train from Rome or Orte to Civita Castellana – Magliano (VT). Transport from the station to the camp will be arranged by us.
By car: Taking the highway A1 Napoli-Milano, exit at Magliano-Sabino and follow the directions to Civita Castellana and then to Corchiano.
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