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Excavations at Minturnae
University of Pennsylvania. University Museum
1935 by Published for the University Museum by the University of Pennsylvania Press in Philadelphia .
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|Statement||by Jotham Johnson.|
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Excavations at Minturnae: Monuments of the Republican Forum / with a catalogue of coins by Immanuel Ben-Dor. Vol. 1 Jotham Johnson University of Pennsylvania Press, - Coins, Roman. Excavations at Minturnae, II: Inscriptions, Part I, Republican Magistri Johnson, Jotham Published by University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Price: $ Excavations at Minturnae.
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This volume describes 29 inscriptions discovered built into the foundations of a temple erected in the forum at Minturnae in the early part of the first century A.D. The inscriptions date to the first half of the first century B.C. and represent lists of the annually elected magistri.
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Minturno is a city and comune in the southern Lazio, Italy, situated on the north west bank of the Liris (also known as the Garigliano), with a suburb on the opposite bank about 18 kilometres (11 mi) from its mouth, at the point where the Via Appia crossed it by the bridge called Pons Tiretius.
It has a station on the Rome-Naples main railway line. This is the first of a number of volumes describing the excavations at the early medieval Benedictine abbey of San Vincenzo al Volturno in central Italy. This volume gives a general introduction to this important project, a description of the archaeological remains, and then detailed.
Secure. You know what you want, something secure that doesn't hold you back. With the latest secure technologies, Link has your back. Jotham Johnson (born Octo in Newark, New Jersey; died February 8,in New York, New York) was an American classical archaeologist.
He was educated at Princeton University (A.B. ) and the University of Pennsylvania where he received his doctorate in He taught at the University of Pittsburgh and then joined the faculty of New York University. On a recent trip to Italy, I visited the Archaeological Area of Minturnae, a little-known but impressive archaeological site along the Appian Way.
Minturnae was originally an Auruncian city (of which no archaeological traces have been found), one of the three towns of the Aurunci which allied themselves with the Samnites and made war against Rome in BC. The New Century Classical Handbook by Catherine B Avery; Jotham Johnson and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Excavations at Minturnae: Part II: Inscriptions by Jotham Johnson (): Jotham Johnson: Books - or: Jotham Johnson.
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on the Appian Way in coastal Campania. Johnson also worked in Greece, Syria, and Turkey.