Ancient Walks and Historical Itineraries of Sicily: VII. Catania - Enna - Termini Imerese
Phase A: Rev 1.1   

Interactive map updated in real time. For the global with all the historical routes of Sicily, the presentation of the project, of all the partial results

Summary of the path 

 

  • Catania (Catina) (C13) (C14) (6) (C4) (3.480) (CAMS)
  • Misterwhite (CAMS)
  • White Herbs Contrada (CAMS)
  • Contrada Grammena (CAMS)
  • Paternò (Aethna - Ibla) (C13) (C14) (6) (C4) (3.480) (CAMS)
  • Ipsi Pass (C26)
  • Roman Bridge of Pietralunga (3.480) (CAMS)
  • Roman Bridge of Centuripe (Contrada Paportello) (3.480) (CAMS)
  • centuripe (C13) (C14) (6) (C4) (3.480) (CAMS)
  • Monte San Giorgio (CAMS)
  • Agira (Agirio) (C13) (C14) (6) (8) (3.480) (CAMS)
  • Philip (6) (C4) (3.480) (SAINT PHILIP OF AGIRA? REVIEW PEACE
  • Possible variant Agira - Nissoria - Sulfara
    • Nissoria
    • Contrada Perciata (CAMS)
    • Leonforte (*) (C4) (3.480)
    • Facade washed
  • Possible variant Agira - Assoro - Sulfara
    • St. George (CAMS)
    • Murra Plan (CAMS)
    • Assoro (*) (3.480) (CAMS)
    • Contrada Piano Corte (CAMS)
  • Sulphara (C26)
  • Canalotto (CAMS) (C26)
  • Contrada Sampieri (CAMS)
  • Contrada Piana Municipality (C26)
  • Caledrara (Calderari) (C26)
  • Contrada Vilardi
  • Enna  (C13) (C14) (6) (3.480) (CAMS)
  • St. Julian's (CAMS) (C26)
  • Villarosa (3.480)
  • Mount Julfo (CAMS)
  • Villapriolo (3.480)
  • Alimena (3.480)
  • Possible variant Alimena - Polizzi - Caltavuturro
    • Bompietro (3.480)
    • Roman Bridge (CAMS)
    • Petralia Sottana (3.480)
    • Calcarelli (C26) (CAMS)
    • Contrada Campo (C26)
    • Polizzi (3.480)
    • Balate Pass (C26)
    • Cozzo Vurrania (CAMS) (C26)
  • Possible variant Alimena –Recactive - Caltavuturro
    • Resuttano Castle (near) (C26)
    • Munich (CAMS)
    • Cozzo Ciaciallo (CAMS)
    • Sanctuary of Cuti (CAMS)
    • Scorsone Garden (CAMS)
    • Recactive (CAMS)
    • Mount Catuso (CAMS)
  • Caltavuturo (3.480) (CAMS)
  • Cerda (3.480)
  • Location Vallatrice (CAMS)
  • Contrada Agliastro (CAMS)
  • Contrada Tornuccia (CAMS)
  • Contrada Villaurea (CAMS)
  • Cozzo Rocca del Drago (CAMS)
  • Termini Imerese (Himera) (3.480)

To identify the details associated with the cartography and bibliography used, represented here by numbers and letters, go to the page: Methodological Notes and Bibliography 

Technical and methodological note 

The Multimedia Map of the Ancient Historical Routes is created in two sub-phases (not necessarily sequential):

  • Phase A (Basic Path): in the first sub-phase the paths are identified in the form of a first draft divided into segments and sections (taking into account the bibliography, the historical maps analyzed and the Multimedia Archaeological Map of Sicily (CAMS) and only partially the paths on the ground). The basic route is the starting point proposed to the scientific community, preparatory to the subsequent phase of detailed analysis of the individual segments that make up the entire identified path
  • Phase B (Advanced Path): in the second phase, an incremental refinement process will begin by adapting, as faithfully as possible, the individual components that make up the route to the historical routes and to the tracks on the ground and where the ancient traces have been lost, adapt them to the current routes that are closest to the ancient paths (keeping track of the historical paths, where identified). The incremental refinement process will also take into account historical roads, natural roads and further studies and contributions from the scientific community and scholars in the sector.
  • Phase C (Subdivision of the paths): When fully operational, the project provides for the drafting of two paths that may diverge in some points: a path as faithful as possible to the ancient path regardless of its current practicability and another that could form the basis for proposing itineraries that take into account the actual practicability and the possibility of enjoying the historical, artistic and naturalistic beauties close to the historical route. 

Note: In cases where the ancient route is no longer identifiable or has been completely replaced by high-speed roads, or obstructed by industrial plants or other types of impediment, an attempt has been made to identify a stretch that in some way is closest to the characteristics of a naturalistic path or in any case a substitute for the fast-flowing path. In some cases, moreover, in case of doubt between two possible routes, the route that allows you to pass in the immediate vicinity of landscapes or cultural heritage considered interesting from a tourist-cultural point of view has been taken into consideration.  

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