The discovery of two elements of fistula aquaria with the names of the plumbarius Martialis and his domina, Arria Fadilla, mother of the emperor Antoninus Pius, confirms that the remains of some prestigious buildings found in the area of Montegrotto Terme (Padua) belong to an important villa owned by some members of the imperial family.

Il plumbarius Martialis, Arria Fadilla e la sua residenza a Montegrotto Terme (Padova)

Buonopane, Alfredo
2022-01-01

Abstract

The discovery of two elements of fistula aquaria with the names of the plumbarius Martialis and his domina, Arria Fadilla, mother of the emperor Antoninus Pius, confirms that the remains of some prestigious buildings found in the area of Montegrotto Terme (Padua) belong to an important villa owned by some members of the imperial family.
Instrumentum Inscriptum, Fistula Aquaria, Arria Fadilla, Imperial Villa, Roman Padua
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