Aragonese map (second half of the fifteenth century). Other than the sandbar of “Rebilliano,” the map provides a particularly clear representation of the defensive system of Torre dell'Annunciata, as well as a farther sandbar with a coastal tower at its point right in front of Rocca di Stabia. The mouth of the Sarno was a little to the north of the islet.

From Oplontis: Villa A (“of Poppaea”) at Torre Annunziata, Italy. Volume 1. The Ancient Setting and Modern Rediscovery by John R. Clarke and Nayla K. Muntasser

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  • European: Ancient to 400 C.E.
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  • Fig. 4.12. Aragonese map (second half of the fifteenth century). Other than the sandbar of “Rebilliano,” the map provides a particularly clear representation of the defensive system of Torre dell'Annunciata, as well as a farther sandbar with a coastal tower at its point right in front of Rocca di Stabia. The mouth of the Sarno was a little to the north of the islet.