File:The paved way, Ambrussum (14590968359).jpg
The main artery of the settlement was a paved road, dug out from deep ruts. Buildings (houses and shops) were built all along the sides of the road. Traffic was restricted due to the steep slope (9%) and the narrow path, meaning only one vehicle at a time was able to use it. Built in the 1st century AD, it linked up with the bridge by a slope that has disappeared today.
|Source||The paved way, Ambrussum|
|Author||Carole Raddato from FRANKFURT, Germany|
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