Roman itinerary

enevento experienced its first urban development when its territori became part of Rome, as a result of the gains against the “Samniti”. The city was reached in the IV. C B. C by the Via Appia, which entered the city through the bridge “Leproso”.


Lombard Itinerary

With the end of the Roman Empire , the Italian peninsula experienced centuries of uncertainty in the wars between the Byzantines and populations from the North Europe.


Pontifical itinerary

With the end of the Lombard domination and the arrival of the Normans , the south of Italy was interested by a profound political renovation.