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Byzantine tombs.

The last major archaeological site is thelate Roman settlement of Scauri: this place was already inhabited in the third century. d. C., but only in the fifth century. it became one of the largest productive and commercial centers in the Mediterranean. In the seabed of the port a shipwreck with numerous ceramic objects was found, testifying to the strong production and commercial activity of the precious fire pottery, while on the coast an entire fishing village, made up of houses and roads, was unearthed. perched on the terrace of the place. (Text source:


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