Leone Marsicano reads Nevio Macrone's diary and compares the Medieval Alba Fucens with that of the Roman era
Leone Marsicano, medieval Benedictine monk, finds in the monastery of Montecassino the diary of Nevio Macrone, a politician under the Emperor Tiberius.
In diary, Macrone recounts his role in the political intrigues of Rome and describes his city, Alba Fucens.
Leo Marsicanus finds the diary of Naevius Sutorius Macro
Returning to Alba Fucens: Macro’s home
The Temple of Apollo and the Church of St Peter: the hill to the south of Alba Fucens
Hercules, the unifier of peoples: the incorporation of Alba Fucens into Rome
Strategic positions: Alba Fucens and the management of power
The macellum: the scents and sounds of ancient Alba Fucens
The submerged city and mediaeval Alba
Premonitions of death: the necropolis on the Via Valeria