Lugnano in Teverina is internationally famous for its archaeology thanks to the remarkable discoveries made in Poggio Gramignano during the investigations of the American team of archaeologists from the University of Arizona, lead by Prof. David Soren. The archaeological campaigns of the late 1980s and early ‘90s revealed the remains of a Roman rustic villa, later reused as a children’s necropolis dating to the mid-5th century CE. Nevertheless, the municipality is rich in other important archaeological evidence. The aim of this work is therefore to highlight some of this less-known evidence, in particular those belonging generally to the Roman period.
How to Cite
Montagnetti, R., (2016) “Unpublished or Little-known Archaeological Evidence of the Roman Period in the Territory of Lugnano in Teverina—Umbria (Italy)”, Journal of Ancient Egyptian Interconnections 10(1), p.79-91. doi: https://doi.org/10.2458/azu_jaei_v10i1_montagnetti