Auggen

Roman esta­te

Sin­ce the end of the 19th cen­tu­ry Roman archaeo­lo­gi­cal fin­dings have been dis­co­ve­r­ed in the East of Aug­gen in the land par­cel “Schlossä­cker”. In 1983 during exca­va­ti­on works mason­ry and a water con­du­it were found. Ari­al pho­tos and ground pene­tra­ting radar inves­ti­ga­ti­ons have shown that the­re was a lar­ge Roman esta­te with a manor house and a farm, having a size of near­ly 9 hec­ta­res. Next to the resi­den­ti­al buil­ding a bath­house and an exten­ded long water basin are visi­ble. Archaeo­lo­gi­cal fin­dings such as mosaic pie­ces, marb­le pla­tes and frag­ments of a marb­le sta­tue refer to the luxu­rious equip­ment of the living area.

Mark­gräf­ler Muse­um Müll­heim im Blan­ken­horn-Palais

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