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Conimbriga - Pesquisar

Conimbriga - Pesquisar

One of the greatest European discoveries of architectural significance built by the Romans is the Conimbriga ruins

The place now called Portugal was occupied by the great western civilizations--the Greeks, Phoenicians, Romans and Carthaginians. All have left their marks, and their ruins

Why the Roman ruins of Conímbriga are worth visiting

This are Roman. One of the best roman influence perserved. Mosaic floor, House of Fountains, Conimbriga, Portugal

House of the Cantaber, Conimbriga, Portugal. This house was the largest domus in Conimbriga. On the picture is the peristylium. In the background is the town wall from the late empire. The house stood within this town wall. The name Conimbriga derives from an early, possibly pre-Indo-European element meaning "rocky height or outcrop" and the Celtic briga, signifying a defended place. Others think that the element coni may be related to the Conii people.

House of the Cantaber, Conimbriga, Portugal. This house was the largest domus in Conimbriga. On the picture is the peristylium. In the background is the town wall from the late empire. The house stood within this town wall. The name Conimbriga derives from an early, possibly pre-Indo-European element meaning "rocky height or outcrop" and the Celtic briga, signifying a defended place. Others think that the element coni may be related to the Conii people.

Like many archaeological sites, Conímbriga PORTUGAL was built in layers. The archaeological evidence tells us that Conímbriga was inhabited, at least, between the 9th century BC and 7th / 8th century AD.  The name Conimbriga derives from an early, possibly pre-Indo-European element meaning "rocky height or outcrop" and the Celtic briga, signifying a defended place. Others think that the element coni may be related to the Conii people.

Like many archaeological sites, Conímbriga PORTUGAL was built in layers. The archaeological evidence tells us that Conímbriga was inhabited, at least, between the 9th century BC and 7th / 8th century AD. The name Conimbriga derives from an early, possibly pre-Indo-European element meaning "rocky height or outcrop" and the Celtic briga, signifying a defended place. Others think that the element coni may be related to the Conii people.

Conimbriga, Portugal

Conimbriga, a national monument where you can visit the best preserved Roman Ruins of Portugal

“Conimbriga/ Portekiz  Bir Roma yerleşim yeri olan bu yapı, Lisbon ve Porto şehirlerine neredeyse eşit mesafede bulunuyor. Oldukça iyi korunmuş olan…”

“Conimbriga/ Portekiz Bir Roma yerleşim yeri olan bu yapı, Lisbon ve Porto şehirlerine neredeyse eşit mesafede bulunuyor. Oldukça iyi korunmuş olan…”

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Conimbriga, Coimbra   By Nuno Cardal Fotography

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