Remains of Roman settlement spotted by plane
Published on August 10th, 2010 | by Admin1
Archaeologists say the site could be part of the mysterious city of Pausulae. The city is described by 1st century AD historian Pliny The Elder, and is believed to date from the late 2nd century BC.
Archaeologists from the surrounding Marche region identified from the photos a sprawling 20 hectare site criss-crossed by roads, with dwellings and buildings containing quadrangles and columns.
Thick walls enclose the settlement which is located in a river valley.