Naples:life,death &
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These are entries in Naples: Life, Death & Miracles dealing with ancient Naples, Rome, Greece in Italy (Magna Grecia), the Goths, Lucania, ancient peoples of Italy, Etruria, and pre-historic times; that is, everything before the fall of the Roman Empire in 475 AD.

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Alberobello (the Trulli)
Alphabet in Italy, the
Amphitheater (Roman) in Naples
Ancient Naples Collection, National Museum 

Ancient Peoples of Italy
Ancient ruins (rebuild?)
Aqueduct (Roman)
Archiflegrean Caldera

Archimedes
Arco Felice
Atella archaeological museum
Atella, Comedy Central
Atena Lucana, mysterious gateway to the south
Avella
Averno (lake)
Baia bridge destroyed by storm!
Baia (castle & museum)
Baia, Imperial Port
Baia, Temple of Venus

Baths, thermal (Baia)  (v. Terracina)
Beaker Culture
Beneath Mt. Echia    

Brindisi & the Bronzes
Caesar Augustus (villa)
Cappella necropolis (Imperial Fleet)
Caiazzo
Cales (Calvi), ancient
Calabria
Campi Flegrei
Capua (amphitheater)
Capua, a Short Tale of Two Cities
Capua (provincial museum)
Castelcivita cave
 

catacombs (1)    (2)
catacaombs (Jewish)
Caudine Forks (battle)
cement, Roman
Cilento, hill towns
Cimmerians, Land of the
Ciocaria
Circello & the Ligurians
Crotone
Cuma
Cyclopean walls (1) (2) (3) (4)
Damecuta, villa (Capri)
Devil's Footprints, the
Diomedes Don't Get No Respect
Early Modern Humans in Southern Italy
Egg Castle, the   

Etruscan (1)   (2)    (3)
Farnese collection
Fèscina columbariun, the
Fusaro, Lake
Geology of the Bay of Naples
Ghost towns (Craco)
Good Fences Make Good Neighbors
Goths, the
Greek Naples
Greek tombs
Hebrew inscriptions (alleged)
Heraion, the (near Paestum)
Herculaneum
Herculaneum Papyri

Hercules, Thou shouldst be living at this hour
Hierapolis, Roman Gate to Hell
Hirpinia & the Walls of Ogliara
Homer

Homo Erectus (Aeserniensis)
iconography (classical, misinterpreting)

Jews in Southern Italy, Early Settlement of
King Arthur (was a Roman!)
Lago Patria, Liternum & Scipio Africanus
Lucania (Roccagloriosa)
Lucania, archeol. museum
Lucanians
Lucius Cocceius Auctus
Lunar calendars at Cuma

Magna Grecia 
Malta
Market (Roman)
Massa Lubrense (#2)
Matera
Megaliths of Ancient Italy
Minturno
Miseno
Napoli Underground
Nola (a Bronze-Age Pompeii)
Nestor's Cup
Old City, New City
Oldest Bridge in Naples?
Oplontis
Orvieto
Paestum 
Paglicci grotto

Paleo-Christianity (1)  (2)   (3)  (4)  (5)
Palepolis (ancient port)
Pertosa caves
Peutinger map, the
Phalerum
Phoenecian Routes
Pietravairano (temple-theater complex)
Pinakes of Locri, the
Pithecusa
Poggiomarino (a Bronze-Age Venice)
Pompeii + further entries under P in index
Pompeii Consolidated page - all entries
Port of Roman Naples
Pozzuoli
Pozzuoli (Roman Port)
Procida (Bronze Age settlement)
Recovering the High Ground 
Roman Campania (map)

Roman music
Roman Naples
Roman tunnel at Cuma
Samnium
Secret Room (Gabinetto secreto)(1)     (2) 
Segesta
Selinunte
Sepino (Saepinum)

sibyl (pseudo, Averno)
Sicilian channel monolith
sirens
sirens, land of the
Stabiae
Suessula—an ancient Oscan Town
Sybaris 
Taburno, Mt.
Teanum Sidicinum (Teano)
Tiberius (a fish story)
Tiberius (Villa in Sperlonga)
Tombraiders of Naples
Velia/Elia/Hyele 

Vergini, i (quarter of Naples)
Uncovering the Bronze Age on Procida
Underground cities & settlements
Vesuvius (etymology)
Vesuvius (the Good Old Days)
Virgil in Naples
Virgil's tomb & the Neapolitan Crypt


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