Rome - Municipal Archaelogical Sites in Rome

Small Business Loans Short Term Loads Equipment Financingbusiness loans SBA Loans best business loans Working Capital Big Lines of Credit Merchant Cash Advances Long Term Loans



Travel Resources, City Guide, Classified Ads for Rome and Italy
Home Page | Contact | Link to Us
Home > Rome Travel > Rome Museums > Municipal Archaelogical Sites

Municipal Archaelogical Sites in Rome

Municipal Archaelogical Sites that may be visited on request.

Information: www.comune.roma.it/monumentiaperti

Cloaca Maxima at the Velabrum


The sewer crossed the Forum, collecting the water drained off from the higher land, and conveyed it into the Tiber.
Via del Velabro 3 - phone 06 67 10 38 19 - fax 06 67 90 795
Temporarily closed for restoration.

Columbarium of Pomponius Hylas


An underground family burial place from the Julian period, decorated with frescoes and mosaics.
Via di Porta Latina - phone 06 67 10 38 19 - fax 06 67 90 795

Excubitorium of the Seventh Fire Brigade


Was once the barracks of the 7th fire brigade of Augustan Rome. In the 2nd century the building was turned into a military barracks.
Via della VII Coorte 9 - phone 06 67 10 38 19 - fax 06 67 90 795

Ipogeum of Via Livenza


Dating from the 4th century A.D., it is decorated with paintings and mosaics.
Via Livenza 4 - phone 06 67 10 20 70 - fax 06 68 92 115
Temporarily closed for restoration.

Ludus Magnus


This was the main barracks for gladiators of ancient Rome. It contained their lodgings and a training area.
Via Labicana - phone 06 67 10 38 19 - fax 06 67 90 795

Mausoleum of Augustus


A circular monument, ordered by Augustus as a tomb for himself and his family, it was covered by a tumults with cypress tree and had a bronze statue of the emperor.
Piazza Augusto Imperatore - phone 06 67 10 38 19 - fax 06 67 90 795

Mausoleum of Lucilius Peto


Tumulus tomb dating from the late 1st century B.C.
Via Salaria 125 - phone 06 67 10 20 70 - fax 06 68 92 115
Temporarily closed for restoration.

Mithraeum of Circus Maximus


Found in the basement of the building closing the Circus Maximus to the north, it has a large bas-relief depicting "Mithras Killing the Bull".
Piazza Bocca della Verità 16 - phone 06 67 10 38 19 - fax 06 67 90 795

"Monte del Grano" Mausoleum


Remains of a magnificent mausoleum.
Parco di Monte del Grano a Piazza dei Tiburni. - phone 06 67 10 20 70 - fax 06 68 92 115

Monte Testaccio


This is an artificial hill created in ancient Roman times from the discarded shards of the adjacent food warehouse, nicknamed "Monte dei Cocci" ("Shard Hill") by the Romans.
Via Galvani, at the corner of Via N. Zabaglia, 24

Nymphaeum of Via degli Annibaldi


The nymphaeum, finely decorated with shells and mother-of-pearl, vas discovered in 1895. At the present it is divided by the wall supporting the road.
Via degli Annibaldi - phone 06 67 10 38 19 - fax 06 67 90 795

Ostiense Necropoli


A vast burial area dating from the 1stcentury B.C. to the 4th century A.D.
Via Ostiense 195 close to the Basilica of San Paolo
phone 06 67 10 20 70 - fax 06 68 92 115
Temporarily closed for restoration.

Roman Cistern


Remains of a Roman cistern dating from the 1st-2nd century A.D.
Via Cristoforo Colombo, opposite n. 142 - phone 06 67 10 20 70 - fax 06 68 92 115

Roman Insula


Remains of a four-storey building dating from the 1st century A.D.
Near the Ara Coeli Staircase. - phone 06 67 10 38 19 - fax 06 67 90 795
Temporarily closed for restoration.

Roman Insula

Remains of "insula" underneath Palazzo Specchi (S. Paolo alla Regola).
Via di S. Paolo alla Regola 16 - phone 06 67 10 38 19 - fax 06 67 90 795

Sacred Area of Largo Argentina


Remains of four republican temples, whose facades were all oriented eastward. One of the most ancient archaeological complexes of Rome.
Via di San Nicola de'Cesarini - phone 06 67 10 38 19 - fax 06 67 90 795
Partially closed for restoration.

Sacred Area of S.Omobono


Remains of a sacred area where the temples of Magna Mater and Fortune once stood
(6th century B.C).
Vico Jugario 4 - phone 06 67 10 38 19 - fax 06 67 90 795
Temporarily closed for restoration.

"Seven Rooms" Cistern


A magnificent two-storey cistern, consisting on nine intercommunicating parallel rooms, which was part of the Trajan's bath complex.
Via delle Terme di Traiano - phone 06 67 10 38 19 - fax 06 67 90 795

Stadium of Domitian


Remains of the Stadium, of which Piazza Navona preserves the shape and dimensions.
Piazza Tor Sanguigna 13 - phone 06 67 10 38 19 - fax 06 67 90 795

Theatre of Marcellus


Tour of the sculpture and adjoining archaeological area, full of remains of columns and entablature fragments.
Via del Portico d'Ottavia 29 - phone 06 67 10 38 19 - fax 06 67 90 795
Temporarily closed for restoration.

Tombs of Via Statilia


Groups of tombs from the late Republican age discovered in 1916 along the ancient Via Celimontana.
Via Statilia - phone 06 67 10 38 19 - fax 06 67 90 795

Vergine Aqueduct


Remains of arches and 15th century gate with coat-of-arms of Sixtus IV.
Via del Nazareno 2 and 9a - phone 06 67 10 38 19 - fax 06 67 90 795

Wall-walk of Viale Castrense and Porta Asinaria


The ancient Asinaria gate was restored to its original condition in 1951. It is possible to visit the inside of the walls and the wall-walk above.
Porta San Giovanni. - phone 06 67 10 20 70 - fax 06 68 92 115

Villa of the Gordiani


A vast archaeological area with ruins of a mausoleum dating from the 4th century AD and a paleochristian basilica peculiar for its "circus" plan.
Via Prenestina / Via Venezia Giulia - phone 06 67 10 20 70 - fax 06 68 92 115

Rome - Municipal Archaelogical Sites in Rome
 
About Us | Disclaimer | Site Map | Advertise With Us | Links |

Valid HTML 4.01!

Live In Rome & Italy © 2002 - Accommodation, Jobs, Services, Events, all about Rome and Italy - All Rights Reserved