A UNESCO World Heritage site since 2007, Felix Romuliana is located in eastern Serbia near the village of Gamzigrad. The site is home to the impressive and well-preserved remains of an imperial palace and near-by burial monuments connected with the 3rd century Tetrarchic Roman emperor Galerius and his family. Also, from a later phase of use, are the remains of two Christian basilicas and a baptistery dated between the 4th and 7th centuries. Thorough archaeological excavations have been underway since the 1950s.
Here you will find an overview of the site's excavation and conservation history, as well as a detailed bibliography.
-Phased GIS maps
-Searchable database of finds