Egnazia, the largest archaeological site in Puglia, near Fasano, was a Messapian city first and later a Roman city. Its port was used to travel to the beginning of the Via Egnazia, an ancient east-west communication route that connected the lower Adriatic to the northern Aegean and Black Sea.

Topics covered:


  • the city in the Messapian and Roman ages and late Antiquity
  • the roads and their relationship with the sea
  • political power and community life, public and residential construction, artisan production
  • sacred places and the cults, up to the advent of Christianity

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