Object name:
Żejtun Roman villa


Added by:
Amy Osorio

Add date:
2020-12-08 10:48

Object description

The Żejtun Roman villa is an archaeological complex in the city of Żejtun, in south-eastern Malta. The open-air remains contain areas of original Roman tiling and coloured stucco. The complex was an active settlement since the Bronze Age, although the presently visible remains can be mainly dated from the Punic period right up to Late Antiquity. The site was discovered in 1961, with the complex being the subject of two large-scale archaeological investigations, the first of which was carried out in the 1970s.

Żejtun Roman villa
Żejtun Roman villa

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