Alege Limba:

 
Român? (România)English (United Kingdom)

 

Public Building from the Military Vicus

The public building from the military vicus was placed in the neighborhood of Liber Pater temple and later on of Bel. The structure is regarded as a gathering place for the worshippers of the two gods and it was built at the end of the 2nd century, beginning of the 3rd century A.D.

Read more...

 

Trade Buildings

The buildings from the military vicus with the purpose of trade (shops). The trading activities took place in the structure of a dwelling.

Read more...

 

The Dwelling

The dwelling used to be part of the civil settlement of the fort (vicus). The structure was built as a stone wall and covered in tiles and had a porticus. The rooms facing the road were trading rooms – shops that had basements below for storing the merchandise.

Read more...

 

Section of the Imperial Road

Section of the imperial road that connected Porolissum, the capital of Dacia Porolissensis de Napoca (Cluj-Napoca), Potaissa (Turda), Apullum (Alba Iulia), Ulpia Traiana Sarmisegetusa, Tibiscum (Caransebe?), Drobeta Turnu Severin and the bridge from Drobeta, to Roma. Built in stone, river gravel or massive stone blocks set on a solid foundation, the Roman road was one of the core elements in the setting of the Roman Empire.

Read more...

 

Dwelling

The dwelling was part of the civil settlement of the fort (vicus). Built in stone wall and covered in tile roof, the building had a porticus.

Read more...

 

The Two Dwellings

The two dwellings, with 4 and 7 rooms, out of which 3 and 5 were heated up by the under floor hot air circulation, are located along the main road of the city POROLISSUM and they belong to a residential neighborhood.

Read more...

 

Family Residence Building

The family residence building was made up of 5 rooms out of which 3 are heated with the hypocaustum system (hot air circulating under the floor).

Read more...