Monte dei Cocci - Extraordinary Openings - Ita Guided Tour
If you want to walk on a mountain of "shards" and learn about the history of this port and commercial area of the ancient city, come with us on a guided tour!
Monte Testaccio, also known popularly as Monte dei Cocci, is an artificial hill located in the port area of ancient Rome and near the warehouses (horrea). 54 meters high and with a circumference of about 1 kilometer, the mountain is formed by testae, shards, mainly fragments of amphorae used for the transport of goods, which were systematically unloaded and accumulated after being emptied in the nearby river port. According to the latest studies this activity was carried out between the Augustan period and the middle of the third century AD
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