Where is it : Via Giovanni Carbonazzi,7
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In the early 1900s, excavation works discovered remains from the ancient roman Cagliari.

These ruins were believed to belong to the villa of one Tigellio.

Tigellio was a poet and musician from Cagliari who lived during the roman era.

It actually was not a villa, but a part of the city of Cagliari from the roman era.

Today it is possible to admire the ruins of three adjacent houses.

A narrow street separates these houses from the thermal baths.

The excavation brought to light mosaics and paintings on the walls of the houses.

For that reason, the houses are called: House of the stuccos and House of the painted tablinum.

Villa di Tigellio

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