The excavations carried out by the University of Pisa in the quarter of Porta Marina at Luni (2014-2019) brought to light significant evidence of the changing townscapes between the 4th and the 7th c. AD. The archaeological research focused on an insula overlooking the cardo maximus, occupied by two domus built in the 1st c. BC, the Southern one being replaced by a temple in the second half of the 1st cent AD.During the 5th century, a workshop, hypothetically connected with textile making, was constructed on the Northern domus, while, in the late 5th-6th century, a well – in line with a trend already documented in Luni – was built in the Southern domus area. In the Northern part of the trench we identified a 6th-7th century house with a fireplace, an open courtyard and a timber structure, probably used as a warehouse.
|Titolo:||S.Menchelli, S. Genovesi, R. Marcheschi, Luni tardoantica. Il quartiere presso Porta Marina: continuità e cambiamenti nel sistema insediativo|
|Anno del prodotto:||2021|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||4.1 Contributo in Atti di convegno|