The aim of this paper is to illustrate the traces of the building site found in the area of the Capitolium of Brescia, occurred in different zones. The area of the Capitoline temple was occupied by a worship building renovated four times since the 2nd century BC until the Flavian period. During the latest excavations archaeologists have found traces of a workshop for the manufacturing of iron tools, layers of Vicenza stone flakes and two chiesel used by the stonecutters dated to the phase between the dismantling of the oldest structures and the rebuilding of the republican temple.
|Nome||ANEJOS DEL ARCHIVO ESPAÑOL DE ARQUEOLOGÍA|
|Convegno||ARQUEOLOGÍA DE LA CONSTRUCCIÓN V
MAN-MADE MATERIALS, ENGINEERING AND INFRASTRUCTURE
Proceedings of the 5th International Workshop on the Archaeology of Roman Construction Oxford, April 11-12, 2015|
|Periodo||11/4/15 → 12/2/17|
- Brescia, cantiere, tracciati, capitolium
- brescia, site building, capitolium,