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Summary

BUTHROTUM Butrint

Class:

  • City
  • visible
  • Exact location
(see also PELAGIOS)

Identifiers:

Nearby

Theatre Butrint

Theatre Butrint

BOUTHROTON

BOUTHROTON aqueduct

Butrint Archeological Museum

Butrint Archeological Museum

Temple of Asclepius - Butrint

Temple of Asclepius

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Surroundings (Panoramio)

Annotation

Bouthroton fell under Roman power after 168 BC.

See:

  1. Inge Lyse Hansen, The Trojan Connection: Butrint and Rome in: Roman Butrint: An Assessment (Butrint Archaeological Monographs), 2007, pp. 44-61
  2. idem: Excavating the history of Butrint. The archives of Butrint and the impact of the archaeology of the past, in: Ephemeris Dacoromana 12, 2004, pp. 113-125.
  3. Maria Elisa Tourinho et Maria Elisa Doca Tourinho: Butrint, Albania: parque arqueologico, 2015, fig. 1
  4. W. Bowden, R. Hodges and K. Lako: 'Roman and late antique Butrint: excavations and survey 2000-2001', Journal of Roman Archaeology 15, pp. 151-80.
  5. Inge Lyse Hansen, Richard Hodges, Sarah Leppard: Butrint 4: The Archaeology and Histories of an Ionian Town, Oxbow Books 2013

http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Butrint

Buthrotum (Βουθρωτόν): port in western Epirus, modern Butrint. Mentioned on the Tabula Peutingeriana as Rvtharoto. 

See also  http://www.livius.org/bn-bz/buthrotum/buthrotum.html

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