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13th-Century Walls, But Some of the Stones Are Older

[image ALT: A small Romanesque stone church. It is the church of S. Pietro a Pettine, near Trevi (Umbria).]

The outcropping stones near the side door suggest that there was once an attached building.

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			Around the bend from the W façade, seen here to your left, the Roman inscription on the N wall gets its own page mostly because I may have been the first to spot it; but don't expect too much: it's a small, worn, unreadable fragment. About all I can say is that it's definitely Roman. Still, if you like puzzles, you're already half an epigrapher; more than half, if you like dull puzzles. [2 pages, 2 photos and some computer enhancements]

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Page updated: 10 Aug 05