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The city, Gabii, was first occupied by small groups of settlers in the early Iron Age 9th-8th century B. It eventually grew into a full-fledged city with walls and large public buildings, peaking around the 3rd and 2nd centuries B.

Evidence shows that it then began to shrink, probably because of competition from Rome, but archeologists working on the site have recently uncovered the remains of a tower of a church, and believe the city to have been a center for Christianity, if an unusual one, in the early centuries of the Church.

The Diocese of Gabii was suppressed in , but it was made a titular see in the late 20th century. Because Rome has been continuously inhabited, the city exists in layers upon layers of construction and reconstruction over the years.

These many layers can make it hard to investigate and map the early growth of the city. Gabii, by contrast, died out sometime in the 9th or 10th century AD. Because the two cities emerged around the same time, researching Gabii and what it looked like when first formed can shed light on the beginnings of the city of Rome as well. This is a site that had not been excavated previously, so you had a whole city that you can investigate.

Whether there was ever a cathedral is still an unsolved question, but the excavations did uncover a church dedicated to St. Primitivus, an early Christian martyr in Rome. The bell tower of the church, converted into a watchtower later in the Middle Ages, is still visible at the site.

Excavations have also revealed a large stone-block construction, which is an early example of the Roman monumental architecture. Another conspicuous ruin remaining is that of an ancient temple, attributed to Juno. In the late s an archaeologist uncovered a large cache of statues at Gabii, many of which are now in the Louvre after they were carried off from Rome by Napoleon.

New excavations were launched in by the multi-institutional Gabii Project, led by Nicola Terrenato and the University of Michigan, which collaborates with Yale University, the University of Glasgow, Charlton University, and the University of Dallas. Professors from these institutions bring both undergraduate and graduate students to the site to learn and work, Terrenato explained.

On average there are around 70 people on-site each day. One of these is Andrew Johnston, an assistant professor of classics and history at Yale, who first began working at the site while a graduate student and who now leads trench excavations. As the Philippines' controversial drug war rages on, Catholic parishes are working with local An excavation site at Gabii.

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Galbraith Besides the nearly 40 statues and busts from Gabii at the Louvre, there is also an ancient altar called “Altar of the Twelve Gods” dating to the 1st century AD. Catholic adoption agency loses five year legal battle over its refusal to accept gay couples. Catholic Care said it would lose its funding through Church collections and other voluntary donations if it allowed same-sex couples to adopt children.