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Area archeologica di Scoppieto. Baschi (TR)

Sito Archeologico

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The site of the Area Archeologica extending to Scoppieto, under the municipality of Baschi, occupies the plain dominating the Tiber Valley, in an area rich with clay deposits, water and fertile land. The visit to the archaeological excavation site represents a point of departure, but also a point of arrival, of an archaeological and naturalistic itinerary that runs through Tiber River Park, which offers a panoramic view of the ancient settlements, built along the river, that served as an agile means of communication and transportation. The tour is essentially completed with the visit to the Municipal Antiquarium of Baschi, where the materials found in the archaeological area are displayed. The investigations, which have been carried out by the University of Perugia since 1995, brought a 4 century B.C. Sanctuary to light, which was transformed—from the 1 century B.C.—into a ceramic manufacturing complex. Once this activity ended, the area was transformed into a residential neighborhood until the 4 century A [...]