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The ‘Portus Project’ investigates the social and economic contexts of the maritime port of Imperial Rome. This article presents the results of analysis of plant, animal and human remains from the site, and evaluates their significance for the reconstruction of the diets and geographic origins of its inhabitants between the second and sixth centuries AD. Integrating this evidence with other material from the recent excavations, including ceramic data, the authors identify clear diachronic shifts in imported foods and diet that relate to the commercial and political changes following the breakdown of Roman control of the Mediterranean.
This gazette presents to the reader outside Rome news of recent archaeological activity (primarily in 2017, but also in the first half of 2018) gleaned from public lectures, conferences, exhibitions and newspaper reports.
L'articolo presenta i risultati di nuove ricognizioni geofisiche nell'area esterna, immediatamente a nord del circuito murario di Falerii Novi. I risultati, integrati con recenti pubblicazioni su evidenze da fotografia aerea, chiariscono ulteriormente la sequenza dello sviluppo della città dalla sua fondazione nel 241 a.C. al periodo imperiale. Essi rivelano nuovi dettagli delle necropoli e deH'anfiteatro, e pongono importanti questioni circa l'assegnazione dei terreni nelle vicinanze della città.