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The Basilica complex
Palazzo Meizlik, Aquileia | © Fondazione Aquileia
The burial mausoleum, reconstructed (inappropriately) within the ancient city in 1956, through ...
Via Roma – Mediaeval Arcades
The current Via Roma was one of the mediaeval city’s most important roads. It was the hub of ...
Bridge of St Felix
The only remains of the mediaeval defensive walls can be found straddling the southern stretch of ...
Roman Aquileia: public buildings
Discovering the places where public life took place in Roman times. The Forum, the beating heart...
Roman Aquileia: private buildings
The ancient residence of Tito Macro, among sumptuous reception rooms and magnificent mosaics. ...
Early Christian Aquileia
The golden age of Aquileia: between the early Christian Basilica and the Museum, a treasure trove of...
Attila, the destroyer? Maybe. In Aquileia, history retraces its steps
A thousand legends surround the Huns and the infamous Sack of Aquileia, which according to tradition would have razed the flourishing border city to the ground. But the latest discoveries tell another story.
The illustrious citizen Augustus changes the face of Aquileia
The arrival of the Emperor in Aquileia towards the end of the 1st century BC inaugurates a new course in public and private construction.
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