About Complutum

Complutum is an Ancient Roman site in Spain first conquered by the Romans in the first century BC.

Located within the UNESCO-listed Alcalá de Henares, approximately 30km east of Madrid, Complutum offers a number of things to see including its forum and Domus. One of its most famous sites is the House of Hippolytus, once part of an estate and a former college for Roman nobility.

Complutum is also known as the site of the martyring of saints Justus and Pastor.

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