The ancient oratory of Pozzoveggiani, documented from the twelfth century, stands on an ancient temple site of the Fortune Goddess.
The oratory, expanded during the Carolingian period (X-XI century) by building an apse to the east, it is a rare example of Carolingian architecture in the city.
The present form, a single nave, dates from the seventeenth century, when the side wings were demolished.
The walls of the oratory allow us to follow the successive stages building: Romanesque columns, which reuse drums from the Roman period, and the apse with oriental technique.
Of particular interest are the frescoes depicting the Apostles (IX-X century) and the Christ among the Evangelist and Saints (XII-XIII century). The eighteenth-century altar preserves the table of the '200.