The "Villa of the Antonines" 2014
Archaeological Field School
June 29-July 26, 2014
Welcome to the website of the “Villa of the Antonines” Project!
This archaeological field project in Genzano di Roma, Italy, now in its fourth season, will continue to explore the remains of a Roman imperial villa located close to Rome, at the 18th mile of the ancient Via Appia in the Alban Hills region. Based on literary references and the discovery in the 18th century of marble busts of imperial figures (now in the Capitoline Museums), the villa is believed to have been the property of the second century CE imperial family of the Antonines. Our current work at the site is focused on an amphitheater-like structure near the baths that is filled with mosaic tesserae and fragments of luxurious, imported marbles.
Dear prospective participant,
If you are interested in joining our 2014 expedition, click here to download detailed information about this fascinating and historically important archaeological site and our approach to investigating it. You do not need to have previous archaeological field experience in order to join our project. We hope that you become as excited and as enthusiastic about the “Villa of the Antonines” as we are!
Deborah Chatr Aryamontri and Timothy Renner,
Co-directors, “Villa of the Antonines” Project
|ACADEMIC PROGRAM INFORMATION:
Deborah Chatr Aryamontri, PhD
Timothy Renner, PhD
Global Education Center
Montclair State University