Portus

Portus was a large artificial harbour of Ancient Rome. Sited on the north bank of the mouth of the Tiber, on the Tyrrhenian coast, it was established by Claudius and enlarged by Trajan to supplement the nearby port of Ostia.{sfn|Ashby|1911|p=169} The archaeological remains of the harbour are near the modern-day Italian village of Porto within the ...
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Portus

harbour town of imperial Rome. The artificial harbour at Portus, constructed by the emperor Claudius I ( 41–54) to replace Ostia (q.v.), was ...
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