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Villa of Diomedes

Hélène Dessales (Ecole normale supérieure, AOROC). APP Contact Person Luana Toniolo Since 2012, Villa of Diomedes has been the focus of a multidisciplinary research project aimed at studying the building using an archaeological and historiographical approach, employing new survey techniques and three-dimensional methods. During the first phase, the team made a high-precision 3D photogrammetric mod …Read more

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Villa A of Oplontis

APP Survey Project APP Contact Person Massimo Osanna The archaeological surveys cover Villa A, south of the Conte di Sarno Canal, in an area where the 19 th century Foglia Manzillo Mill stood until the 1980s. The area was acquired by the Superintendency for protection purposes and to clear the area south of the Villa, blocked by the large mill. The excavations enabled the reconstruction of the ori …Read more

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Stabian Baths and Republican Baths

Monika Trümper (Freie Universität Berlin) APP Contact Person     Giuseppe Scarpati The Freie Universität Berlin, in cooperation with the University of Oxford and the Technische Universität Darmstadt, has conducted research into the Republican and Stabian Baths in Pompeii, in order to reconstruct the development of the two baths, and understand how the systems for water collection and drainage as w …Read more

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Temple of Jupiter

APP’s Excavations and Research, Temple of Jupiter Professor Enzo Lippolis (University of Rome ‘La Sapienza’) APP Contact Person Giuseppe Scarpati An exploration of the northern part of the Forum square was planned, not only to explain and better identify the main construction and transformation phases of the Temple of Jupiter and any other related building, but also, and above all, to link the his …Read more

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Triangular Forum

APP’s Excavations and Research, Triangular Forum Carmela Capaldi (University of Naples ‘Federico II’) APP Contact Person Francesco Muscolino New surveys of the Triangular Forum were conducted in 2016 by the University of Naples ‘Federico II’. Sampling was carried out in four different areas; the north-west corner of the portico, in front of the Doric Temple, behind the so-called Heroon, and by the …Read more

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Sanctuary of Apollo

APP’s Excavations and Research, Sanctuary of Apollo Carlo Rescigno (University of Campania ‘Luigi Vanvitelli’) APP Contact Person Giuseppe Scarpati The latest research carried out investigated the earliest periods of occupation of the area and collected data about the location of the monuments before the construction of the late Hellenistic temple. A strong stratification of volcanic deposits has emerged through the collection of samplings taken from deeply dug trenches. This stratification was created by a series of volcanic activities spanning between the disastrous Avellino pumice eruption and the previous periods in history. The complex stratification sequences also include human activities, as attested by a small yet significant amount of fragments found among the fill layers. This proves that the area of the sanctuary was inhabited from the earliest phases in Pompeii's history and maybe long before, as confirmed by the discovery, during Maiuri’s excavations, of an Iron Age spiral arc fibula and of some new fragments found among the fill layers of the east portico. Particularly interesting for the earliest phases in Pompeii’s history and for the urban planning of the area next to the Forum is the discovery of a street remodelled many times, buried under the pavement of the west portico of the sanctuary, consisting in a series of road surfaces and a fragment of the east headwall. The earliest levels seem to date back only to the more ‘hellenized’ recent past, showing a lack of road maintenance and a stop in the street's slow development, spanning over the decades between the second quarter of 5 th and the mid-6 th century B.C. …Read more

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Necropoli Porta Nocera

Necropolis of Porta Nocera

William Van Andringa (University of Lille) APP Contact Person Luana Toniolo The Porta Nocera research programme aims to study the process of establishing and developing a Roman urban necropolis in Pompeii. As such, the necropolis of Porta Nocera, in the south-east sector of the city’s outskirts, offers a privileged study field. Indeed, monuments and funerary enclosures with burial structures (grav …Read more

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Insula Occidentalis

Umberto Pappalardo (Suor Orsola Benincasa University of Naples) APP contact person Silvia Martina Bertesago The excavations in the garden of the House of Marco Fabio Rufo revealed that the area outside the walls was in use from the III Century B.C. This is proved by the construction of the city walls, by the presence of a Porta Occidentalis in a public access for transits to and from the city, and by a sanctuary area dedicated to a female deity, testified by architectonic terracottas, coroplastics and ritual objects (perirrhanteria, louteria and thymiateria). …Read more

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Foro

Civil Forum, the so-called Comitium (VIII, 3, 1. 32-33)

Johannes Lipps (Eberhard Karls University of Tübingen) APP contact person Francesco Muscolino For about two hundred years, the Pompeii Forum has been at the centre of archaeological research. However, several sectors haven’t been analysed in detail yet. Among them, there is the so-called Comitium,  a building in the south-east corner of the square, which was probably used for local elections, as a …Read more

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House of the Ancient Hunt (VII 4, 48)

Paola Manchinu and Diego Elia (Centre for Conservation and Restoration ‘La Venaria Reale’ and University of Turin) APP contact person Giuseppe Scarpati Within the framework of the agreement between the University of Turin (SUSCOR), the Centre for Conservation and Restoration ‘La Venaria Reale’ and the Archaeological Park of Pompeii, a study and research project was initiated with the aim of broadening our knowledge on the House of the Ancient Hunt, as well as enhancing and conserving it. …Read more

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