More than thirty years of excavations and surveys in many areas of Campanian Apennines (Irpinia and Beneventum area) have confirmed the main use of the terrestrial communications for the circulation and distribution of ceramic, which concurred only a small part the river network. For imperial age a leading role certainly had the Via Traiana, important road artery that was active until the second half of the 7th century: the crucial role of this sub-Apennines pass continued in the post-ancient era and the same ancient road continued to play its role of connecting to and from the Adriatic, while losing its unitary character and segmenting into several portions.

Aspetti della circolazione della ceramica nell'Appennino campano fra tarda antichità e medioevo

BUSINO, Nicola
2015

Abstract

More than thirty years of excavations and surveys in many areas of Campanian Apennines (Irpinia and Beneventum area) have confirmed the main use of the terrestrial communications for the circulation and distribution of ceramic, which concurred only a small part the river network. For imperial age a leading role certainly had the Via Traiana, important road artery that was active until the second half of the 7th century: the crucial role of this sub-Apennines pass continued in the post-ancient era and the same ancient road continued to play its role of connecting to and from the Adriatic, while losing its unitary character and segmenting into several portions.
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