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Connecting Rome to Portus, Ostia and the sea: the canal system of Claudius and Trajan

By the second quarter of the 2nd century AD, Imperial Rome was supplied with foodstuffs and materiel from across the Mediterranean through a network of ports on the Tyrrhenian coast of Italy. Portus and Ostia were the most important of these, the former as the principal maritime port and the latter as town and fluvial port, and together with the emporium at Rome and the port at Centumcellae (Civitavecchia) formed part of what has been defined at the “port system” of Imperial Rome. Central to the ...
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