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Roman social “miracle”

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Reconstructed appearance of one of York's inhabitants from the 4th century CE
Reconstructed appearance of one of York's inhabitants from the 4th century CE

The Roman social and moral “miracle” was that foreign influences were assimilated without losing their cultural identity. The visualization shows a reconstructed appearance of one of York’s inhabitants from the 4th century CE. The city was multicultural and the exemplary woman had black and white ancestors, which was certainly common during the Empire.

  • Robert Jean-Noël, Rzym. Przewodnik po cywilizacji, Vizja Press AND IT Ltd., Warszawa 2007

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