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Mediaeval/Byzantine (AD 641-AD 1453)

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Place Cimitero Maggiore by L. Quilici — last modified Feb 17, 2018 07:32 PM
A major Roman necropolis and catacomb along the Via Nomentana.
Place Costa Bellene/Ballene (Capo Don?) by S. Loseby — last modified May 27, 2018 09:47 PM
A Roman mansio on the via Iulia Augusta. An Early Christian complex (basilica, baptistery, cemetery) developed nearby and lasted until the Middle Ages.
Place Hala Sultan Tekke by Jeffrey Becker — last modified May 23, 2019 07:42 PM
A major Late Bronze Age settlement occupied the site of Hala Sultan Tekke, which later became an important Sufi Islamic shrine associated with Umm Haram.
Place S. Alessandro by L. Quilici — last modified Jun 06, 2020 05:24 PM
The basilica and catacombs of S. Alessandro are located at the seventh milestone of the Via Nomentana.
Place Tripolis by J.P. Brown — last modified Jun 07, 2018 08:25 PM
The Phoenicians established a commercial outpost at Tripolis (Tripoli) in the ninth century BC. An independent city during the Hellenistic period, Tripolis came under Roman control in 64 BC.
Place Vignale by Stefano Costa — last modified Jul 30, 2019 08:19 AM
A Roman villa, mansio, and Late Antique settlement along the Via Aemilia Scauri.
Place Villa Pamphili by L. Quilici — last modified Sep 13, 2017 01:51 AM
The church of San Pancrazio was founded in the sixth century A.D. by Pope Symmachus. It stands beyond the Porta San Pancrazio on the Ianiculum. Below the church is a massive catacomb referred to as S. Pancrazio or Ottavilla.