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RELATED WEBSITES

 

www.ostia-antica.org

A website dedicated to Ostia, the harbour city of ancient Rome. Here you will find information for professional archaeologists and historians, for students of Roman archaeology and history, and for interested lay-people.




www.archeoflegrei.it

A website about the natural development of the social archaeology and the story of 'Campi Flegrei' (Puteoli, Baiae, Trunk, Misenum and Cumae  ) through mostly unreleased material and "Friendly" to the current digital mode. The site will be database and a news platform.for Campi Flergrei.

  

thermopolium della via di dianahttp://www.ostiaantica.beniculturali.it/en/

The official site of Ostia Antica. The Special Superintendence for Archaeological Heritage of Rome
A website with a lot of actual information about the escavation, such as news, events, opening times, tickets, guided tours and so on.

 

 

 

http://ostiaantica.cloud/

The Ostia Antica Atlas is a web site for visitors. It features many high quality photographs and short descriptions with maps of the single sites and buildings, plus information about Ostia from its foundation until today.

 

 

 

 

Archaeology Magazinehttps://www.archaeology.org/

Archaeology is a publication of the Archaeological Institute of America dedicated to the Presevation of Historical Heritage Worldwide

 

antiques harbourshttps://www.ancientportsantiques.com/the-catalogue/north-africa/

Ancient ports- Ports antiques is a site made by Arthur de Graauw (copyright). The site collected all well-known ports of the ancient world.

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