An '''Isole Ponziane''' eo an [[enezeg]] [[italian]] e [[Mor Tirrenia]], e pleg-mor Gaeta, ma kaver an inizi-mañ:
During the reign of Rome's [[Caesar Augustus]], residential expansion on the islands was encouraged and people spread from Ponza to Ventotene. Rome used the two islands as a retreat and a place to exile politically troubling citizens. Some two thousands years later the islands were used for the same reason by the [[Italian fascism|Fascist regime]]. [[Agrippina the Younger]], mother to the future Roman emperor, [[Nero]], was exiled to the Pontine Islands by her brother, the then Roman emperor, [[Caligula]], in 39 AD, before having the exile lifted by her uncle, the emperor [[Claudius]] upon his succession. Deposed Pope Saint [[Silverius]] was exiled here in 537 where he would die soon afterwards.
are populated, while the smaller islands are not. Ventotene and Santo Stefano are land and sea conservation areas supeC
urrently, tiny vineyards, wild herbs and flowers, and secluded beaches and [[grotto]]s make them a popular tourist destination.
rvised by the Italian State.
Dilezet e voe an inizi er Grennamzer dre ma n'halled ket o difenn diouzh ar vorbreizherien arab.
Ponza ha Ventotene zo tud enno, pa n'eus den o chom er re all.