UCLouvain discovers a late antiquity villa (Focus on Belgium, 2019)

Research teams from UCLouvain have uncovered a huge villa in Tuscany, dating from late antiquity.

This discovery was made in Sin Gimignano, in Tuscany. It has taken 13 summers for Professor Cavalieri and his teams to excavate the Aiano-Torraccia di Chiusi villa. This gigantic 10,000 m² villa has been studied to gain a better understanding of the world of late antiquity and the transition from paganism to Christianity.

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