A flowerbed for archeologist

At the end of the 1800s, the attention to archeology became a public opinion system. It was important so to insert the signs of the past into the urban frame, even if they lacked an organic relationship with the contemporary city.

In the photo (1930) the fenced archaeological area with the access on the proscenium of the Roman Theater. The excavated area corresponds to the demolished block for the construction of the new Channel, which faced the Tasso school

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