Impressive traces of wall have come to light beneath the Church and Monastery of St. Augustine These have captured the imagination and stirred interest among researchers for centuries.
Identified either as part of the Basilica designed by the architect Vitruvio
and described in "De Architectura
" or alternatively as part of the temple of Fanum Fortunae
which gave the city it’s name, the remains comprise a long wall with small blocks of stone punctuated by pilasters and windows, small fan-shaped arches, a stretch of wall and apse, columns and drainage channels.