From Ljubljana to the Croatian border

The reconstructing process never stops. As the possible sources of information are multiple and variated, it takes a lot of time to collect all the data and to put them together to improve our global knowledge of the ancient road. In the latest days, I’ve been working on the archaeological datas made available through the Archaeological Cadastre of Slovenia: a collection of the archaeological excavations and findings reports georeferenced and open to the public. A nice surprise was that in many places, the Roman road has been found and excavated, so that it is possible to establish some certain waypoints on the map.

Here is a global updated map of what we actually know about this portion of the road.

(The featured image is picture of the confluence of the Krka river into the Sava river)

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