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During the archaeological survey realized on the right shore of the river Tiber, close to his mouth, an extended complex of roman ducts and the rests of a long dyke made of amphorae and soil dating back to the ancient roman salt marshes, have been discovered; source call it Campi Salinarum Romanarum. A little more to the south from these landscapes a building datable between the I century b. It is probable that this building was intended to warehouse, office or residence of the workers and it was closely linked to activities that took place in the salt marshes. Inside this building were found fragments of two blocks of travertine, carefully placed inside a hole in the ground. The two blocks are identical in shape, size and surface treatment and one of them contains an inscription in front whit a dedication to Neptune from two conductores campi salinarum romanarum. Cinzia Morelli e Viviana Forte. Livio racconta dei reiterati, e tutti infruttuosi, tentativi degli Etruschi nel , nel e nel a.