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Santa Cristina Archaeological Site

Strada del Brunello, Buonconvento, Italy
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Reviewed 18 February 2016
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The settlement of Santa Cristina was developed during the first century BC and continued to be frequented until the sixteenth century, when the church, mentioned in 814 AD, was damaged and abandoned. The vicus underwent serious transformations during the fourth century, when the baths were closed and began a systematic dismantling of the building. During the sixth century a village of huts develop
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Strada del Brunello, Buonconvento, Italy
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Reviewed 18 February 2016
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