Area Sacra Sant'Omobono Roma

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Area Sacra Sant'Omobono Roma

Area Sacra Sant'Omobono Roma
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dapper777
Monako29 334 contributions
Interesting
cze 2020 • Znajomi
Along Via Petroselli, almost in front of the modern "Palazzo dell'Anagrafe" ( 'registry central office' in Rome) is a small archaeological area, not very popular, near the little church of Sant'Omobono, at the northern end of the ancient Forum Boarium.
It has brought important results for the study of the relations between Rome and the Etruscans.
In a place where already in the seventh century a. C. was supposed to be a sacred area outdoors, in 1937 the remains of the oldest temple discovered in Rome so far, built in the early sixth century BC, came to light.
Later, another temple next to it was discovered.
It was the temple dedicated to Mater Matuta, which, for its position near the Tiber river and at the center of the traffic directions of that time, carried out a very important commercial activity.
Entrance to the monument is allowed only to accompanied groups by reservation.
Max 25 people per visit.
The guided tour, which is organized by cultural associations, must be agreed directly with the cultural association in charge.
Written 10 sierpnia 2020
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Lance H
Boerne, Teksas1 278 contributions
Interesting
gru 2019
I can appreciate this site and that these ruins are here for us to see after all these years. However, it just wasn't that captivating. This was one of our must-see places to visit, but we have a connection to Saint Homobonus. It's certainly worth a visit if you are in the area (and you probably will be), but just for a quick viewing.
Written 29 marca 2020
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Kevin S
Pontypool, UK2 398 contributions
Bus site
sie 2019 • Pary
Enjoyed viewing this site from our bus. Again, as close as I need to get to an ancient excavation site.
Written 31 sierpnia 2019
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phat_dawg_21
Alpharetta, GA9 548 contributions
Interesting archeological site
kwi 2019 • Pary
The church was built in the 15th century and called San Salvatore in Portico. When the church was given to the "Università dei Sarti" (the association of tailors) in 1575, the church was dedicated to their patron saint, Saint Homobonus, hence its current name.

Next to it is the Sant'Omobono Area, containing the remains of three Roman temples, the first of which was discovered in the 1930’s. It is from the 6th century BC. Later, two more were discovered from the 5th Century BC.

They have been investigated at various time since discovery, and the current project is a collaboration between The University of Calabria and The University of Michigan
Written 4 maja 2019
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Paul O
Minot, Dakota Północna2 673 contributions
Beautiful Ruins
lis 2017 • Pary
This is a well preserved ancient ruins. It is a good stop if you are an ancient history buff but you can’t get close as in other Roman areas. If close definitely stop by but unless you are a history buff look elsewhere in Rome.
Written 13 listopada 2017
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Dimitris L
Sydney, Australia25 051 contributions
An archaeological site
cze 2017 • Pary
Area Sacra Sant'Omobono Roma is an archaeological site and work is in progress, uncovering new evidence of life and society in republican Rome and even before that time. It is very close to other important sites, so it would be worth a quick visit.
Written 31 października 2017
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Roots2Wings
Amsterdam, Holandia461 contributions
That's why they say - Rome wasn't built in a day
sty 2017 • Pary
& they kept discovering & unearthing gems like this. Sights such as this, are the ones that I am going to remember for ever. Not because of greatness in its art or architecture but for the fact that there are so many, so well preserved, so lovingly adapted, respected & cared with the modern Rome on & around them, that I must say 'hats off' to everyone there.
Written 30 marca 2017
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Charitos Kalitsiadis
Nauplia, Grecja580 contributions
Area sacra
gru 2016 • Dla rodziny
Inadvertently unearthed during an excavation project ordered by Benito Mussolini, the fascinating Area Sacra dell'Argentina is one of the best sites to see the remains of Roman architecture from the Republican era.
Written 2 grudnia 2016
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Andrew R
Lincolnshire, UK254 contributions
Pearl Tour of Rome
paź 2016 • Pary
I have really mixed feelings about this place. It is incredible to look down into a large hole in the heart of Rome and it,s jammed full with fascinating and evocative ruins, yet it embodies part of the sense we picked up in a number of other locations that modern Romans are bored and uninterested in so much of their (and the World's) heritage.
And those bloody stinking cats. Never mind spaying them, what about a more active population control programme?
Written 22 listopada 2016
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Lee L
Valhalla, Nowy Jork1 585 contributions
Interesting
paź 2015 • Wyjazd w pojedynkę
This is an interesting part of ruins in Rome. They don't appear to be doing a whole bunch of work on it but you can walk around and check out the whole site from above. The key part about this area for history geeks is that it was somewhere in the vicinity of these ruins that Julius Caesar was assassinated.
Written 21 kwietnia 2016
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