Tempio di Antas



The Temple of Antas is an ancient Carthaginian-Roman temple in the municipality of Fluminimaggiore, southern Sardinia. It is located in an area colonised by the Carthaginians and later by the Romans, attracted by the deposits of lead and iron. The archaeological area consists of a Roman temple, beneath whose steps are the remains of a Carthaginian temple, which was dedicated to the god Sid Addir, a later incarnation of the local god Sardus Pater Babai, the main male divinity of the Nuragic civilisation. From the archaeological site, a former Nuragic path then a Roman road will lead you to su Mannau, one of the ten most beautiful caves in Italy according to the Touring Club. During the summer, musical events are organised at this archaeological site that are not to be missed.


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