Amphora workshop unveiled at Rome's Palazzo Corsini

April 2, 2019 - General

It was supposed to be a simple preventive excavation for the purpose of safeguarding the Palazzo Corsini, a late Baroque jewel in the heart of Trastevere. Instead, a Roman workshop of the third century was revealed, surrounded by brick walls, with a large kiln for firing ceramics. Dozens of oil amphorae have also been discovered.

Credit: RepubblicaLocated at a strategic point, near the Tiber, this area has remained incredibly intact…

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