The villa is located in the municipality of Farnesiana alum and takes its name from its nineteenth-century village that contains it.  was investigated for the first time since SAEM in 1985 and the latest excavations date back to 2009.  The villa covers an area of 25x12m say, but can be seen in his time of splendor covered the whole of the plateau above.  During the excavations were found archaic ceramic materials that suggest an earlier building dating back to Etruscan times, this hypothesis is supported by the close cut tuff that has three graves, two hollow, box, dating to the fourth century B.C. cut from the same is likely to think that was mined to make the tuff masonry basement of the house, which appeared in its initial phase in a mud-brick walls now disappeared, but present in the form of spillage on the surrounding land.  This is to date the construction of the villa in the Republican period (III-II sec. B.C.) was then abandoned around the first century A.D. to have a second phase of population between the fourth and fifth century A.D.  At the heart of the villa there is a 1.7m diameter circular pit dug in 2008 and has ceramic second phase.  The tank assembly for cement in the oil on the altar of squeezing and grinding the wheat frammienti of us understand that this was a country house and estate.  From the stratigraphy shows that in both phases was present living raising animals (pigs and sheep) and in the second phase of the villa was also the consumption of molluscs.  Interesting findings are related to those African pottery of the Roman Villa of Casale Aretta always Allumiere (V sec. A.D.) and a gray ceramic plate production early Christian Gaul.  Finally in 2008 a small rectangle muartura turned out to be a tomb of the second stage housing, the complete skeleton of a person is about 40 years less than 1.7m high (probably women).  Some of the material is kept at the municipal museum of Allumiere .





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