CARSULAE , an
See also:ancient city of Umbria, on the Via
See also:Flaminia, 19 M . N. of Narnia (mod . Narni) and 24 M . S.S.W. of
See also:Mevania (mod . Bevagna) . It is little mentioned in ancient literature . The
See also:town was a municipium . The Via Flaminia is well preserved and enters the
See also:gate of the town, the archway of which still stands . Remains of buildings may also be seen upon the site, and the outline of an amphitheatre is visible . The town of Cesi, 3 M. to the south-east, has polygonal walls, and may perhaps be regarded as an Umbrian city which was destroyed by the Romans, Carsulae being constructed in its
See also:stead . The
See also:medieval city, as so often happened in Italy, returned to the pre-
See also:Roman site . See G .
Gamurrini in Notizie degli Scavi (1884), 149; for the tombs, L .
ARMUS JACOB CARSTENS (1754-1798)
CART (A.S. crcet, Gaelic cairt; connected with " ca...
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