Abstract

In the early 1930s, the remains of several buildings from the Roman era were found in the vicinity of Thalerhof Airport in Graz, Austria. Some years later (1937–1939) an archaeological excavation (Figure 1) in the area around the current airport found one of the largest Roman-aged villas of the eastern Alpine region. The excavation results were documented and a map of the buildings was drawn. However, during World War II, most of the documents were lost.

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