Volume 58, Issue 2, December 2018
La Collectio Avellana: una fonte per la topografia di Roma tardoantica?
Qualche breve osservazione
The Collectio Avellana, a collection of late antique documents which has been thoroughly investigated, above all by ancient historians and historians of Roman law, provides a wealth of historical, political-religious and legal information for the period between the middle of the 4th and the middle of the 6th century AD. This contribution, limited to the years of the pontificate of Pope Damasus (366-384), seeks to understand whether these texts can also represent a source of topographical information for the city of Rome.