In the Carapelle valley, a luxurious Roman villa has been excavated since 2003 at Faragola (Ascoli Satriano, FG, Italy). It was one of the rural sites in Apulia with an extraordinary long life. First occupied in the Daunian period (7th–3rd c. B.C), the site was later reoccupied by a large Roman villa. The villa was composed by a series of rooms around a peristyle and was enlarged in late antiquity (3rd/4th–6th c. A.D.) with mosaic-paved baths and a summer dining room (cenatio) with a very rare example of a built stibadium. After the ‘end of the villa’ in the late 6th c., a large village (7th–8th c. A.D.) grew up over its remains.

La villa tardoantica e l’abitato altomedievale di Faragola (Ascoli Satriano)

VOLPE, GIULIANO;TURCHIANO, MARIA
2012

Abstract

In the Carapelle valley, a luxurious Roman villa has been excavated since 2003 at Faragola (Ascoli Satriano, FG, Italy). It was one of the rural sites in Apulia with an extraordinary long life. First occupied in the Daunian period (7th–3rd c. B.C), the site was later reoccupied by a large Roman villa. The villa was composed by a series of rooms around a peristyle and was enlarged in late antiquity (3rd/4th–6th c. A.D.) with mosaic-paved baths and a summer dining room (cenatio) with a very rare example of a built stibadium. After the ‘end of the villa’ in the late 6th c., a large village (7th–8th c. A.D.) grew up over its remains.
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