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Templa Paesti
Paestum (Italiae  )
Paestum
Paestum
Paestum in Italia

Paestum, olim Posidonia[1] (Ποσειδωνία) dicta, fuit urbs Italiae in Lucania ad mare Tyrrhenum sita. In antiquitate celebrabatur propter rosas, quae uno anno bis nascebantur, itaque Vergilius "biferique rosaria Paesti" cecinit.[2]

Nomine Posidonia condita est a colonis Graecis, ab urbe Sybari profectis, exeunte saeculo VII a.C.n., mature a Lucanis capta, ad quam anno 273 a.C.n. Romani coloniam Latinam deduxerunt.[3]

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Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Amato, Vincenzo (2009). "Geomorphology and geoarchaeology of the Paestum area: modifications of the physical environment in historical times". Méditerranée (112) 
  • Bunbury, Edward Herbert (1854). "Paestum". In Smith, William. Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography 
  • Cipriani, Marina (1996). The Lucanians in Paestum. Sirene. 1. Paestum: Fondazione Paestum. ISBN 978-88-86884-02-0 
  • Greco, Emanuele (2006). Archaeological and Historical Guide to the Excavations, the Museum and the Antiquities of Poseidonia and Paestum. Taranto: Scorpione editrice 
  • Greco, Emanuele (1993) (Italian). Paestum: A Guide with Reconstructions of Ancient Monuments. Past & Present. 171. Vision SRL. ISBN 978-88-8162-016-6 
  • Higginbotham, James (2012). "Paestum (Poseidonia)". The Encyclopedia of Ancient History. Blackwell Publishing Ltd. ISBN 978-1-4443-3838-6 
  • Horsnaes, Helle W. (2002). The Cultural Development in North Western Lucania c. 600–273 BC. Analecta Romana Instituti Danici Supplementum. 28. Rome: L'Erma di Bretschneider. ISBN 978-88-8265-194-7 
  • Pedley, John Griffiths (1990). Paestum: Greek and Romans in Southern Italy. New Aspects of Antiquity. London, England: Thames & Hudson. ISBN 978-0-500-39027-6 
  • Strabo, Geographica 6.1
  • Wonder, John W. (2002). "What Happened to the Greeks in Lucanian-Occupied Paestum? Multiculturalism in Southern Italy". Phoenix 56 (1/2): 40–55 

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