As a stop on the busy Via Flaminia and an important supplier of wine, Spoletium was fairly prosperous in the Roman world. Enough of this patrician’s home remains, including frescoes and mosaics, to give an idea of what the good life was like for a Roman occupant in the 1st century a.d. The resident was obviously well to do, though there’s no proof for the claim that it was Vespasia Polla, the mother of the Emperor Vespasian.
Via di Visiale
Our Rating Hours Daily 10:30am–5:30pm Phone 0743-234-350 Prices Admission 2.50€ adults, 2€ ages 15–25 and seniors 65 and over, 1€ children 7–14, free for children 6 and under
MapVia di Visiale Spoleto
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