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St Sabina at the Aventine

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Overview

Title
St Sabina at the Aventine
Author
fede_76
Rating
3.20
Year
400 AD
Cost
Free Admission
Average visit time
15 minutes
Address
Via di Santa Sabina, 00153 Rome RM
Hours of operation
6.30am-12.45pm 3.00pm-7.00pm
Contacts
Phone: 0657941

Description

St Sabina at the Aventine is dedicated to St Sabina, martyred in 114. It was built in the 5th century, presumably on the original site of Titulus Sabinae. The “tituli” were the first parish churches built in Rome. St Sabina at the Aventine looks much as it did when it was built in the 5th century. The style is Illyrian rather than Roman, which explains the unusually large windows. The main entrance is closed by a wooden door dating from the fifth century, which is the oldest example of PaleoChristian wooden door.

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