the town of Civitavecchia on a small hill adjacent to Paradise Hill are
the ruins of the roman villa. Judging from the observation
surface is a foundation without the use of cementum, this leads to the
assumption that this is a country house of III se.B.C. The large
elliptical hole near the foundation suggests a cistern for the
collection of water (maybe used as well to fill in later periods). This
house was to be a farm breeding and cultivation of wheat and olives.
Apparently the visible area was to extend for about 100 square meters,
the presence of roof tiles terracotta roof suggests that the continuity
of population was at least until the second century B.C.