Baden burns 69 AD

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3D-Recon­struc­tion Baden burns 69 AD (2016)
for the Can­to­nal Archaeo­lo­gy of Aar­gau and the Vin­do­nis­sa Muse­um

For the spe­cial exhi­bi­ti­on “Strugg­le for Nero’s heri­ta­ge – the Hel­ve­ti­ans bet­ween the fronts” in the Vin­do­nis­sa Muse­um, the sett­le­ments adja­cent to the bat­hing quar­ter were set on fire.
The pic­tu­re is based on the recon­struc­tion of Baden around 200 AD for the City Histo­ry of Baden (in coöpe­ra­ti­on with Joe Roh­rer).

After Nero’s sui­ci­de, four emperors fought for the Roman thro­ne. 68/69 AD, con­flicts aro­se bet­ween Hel­ve­ti­ans and the 21st Legi­on (Rapax) sta­tio­ned in Vin­do­nis­sa. As reven­ge, the Legi­on burns down Baden at that time.

The pic­tu­re of the bur­ning Baden in 69 AD in the spe­cial exhi­bi­ti­on at the Vin­do­nis­sa-Muse­um | Baden burns – based on the recon­struc­tion around 200 AD (on the right) beca­me win­ter from sum­mer.