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“Heart of the Episcopal Centre of the Salona's early Christians. Very interesting. Definitely, worth it.”
This was Salona's main ecclesiastical centre. It was created next to the first Christian oratorium, located in a private house, so-called domus ecclesiae. It was in an area surrounded on the western side by town walls, in the east by a street...more
The northern church (Basilica urbana) was the Salona’s main, bishopric church. It was a basilica with a nave, two aisles and a large semicircular apse with priest benches along its wall. The church was dedicated to Christ. It was one of the largest churches in...More
The ruins of the Basilica church and the accompanying set of buildings are the one thing that is clearly visible from afar and looks like a city, indeed, once stood here. A fairly impressive ruin by sheer dimensions.
The episcopal center has the largest collection of foundations on the salona site.
It's the bit you look at and can tell that there was once a city here.
The Basilica Urbana is easily recognizable as it has a rounded end a good chunk of...More