Roman mosaic shows cobra3 weeks ago
The Roman mosaic shows a cobra. It is a fragment of a scene from the House of the Faun in Pompeii. The object is dated to 2nd BCE – 1st century CE….Read more
Roman key made of copper3 weeks ago
Roman key made of copper. Dated on the 1st-4th century CE….Read more
Statue of Barberini3 weeks ago
A statue of a Roman holding the busts of his ancestors, the so-called “The Barberini statue” is one of the main examples of Roman portrait sculpture mastery of…Read more
Interesting Roman bust from Asia Minor3 weeks ago
Roman bust of a man from high social classes. The object was found in Asia Minor and dates back to the 3rd century CE….Read more
Edict of Milan3 weeks ago
Edict of Milan (Edictum Mediolanense) it was an edict jointly issued by the Emperor of the Western Roman Empire Constantine the Great and emperor of the eastern…Read more
Roman ring showing Fortune3 weeks ago
Roman golden ring showing the goddess of luck and fate Fortune. Object dated to the 1st-2nd century CE….Read more
Review: Roman Law before the Twelve Tables4 weeks ago
Roman Law before the Twelve Tables The book “Roman Law before the Twelve Tables”, edited by Sinclair W. Bell and Paul J. Plessis, is a scientific work in which…Read more
Roman small figurine depicting lion4 weeks ago
Roman small figurine depicting a lion. Made of amber, dated to the 1st BCE – 1st century CE….Read more
The world of ancient Romans abounded in a number of amazing curiosities and information. The source of knowledge about the life of the Romans are mainly works left to us by ancient writers or discoveries. The Romans left behind a lot of strange information and facts that are sometimes hard to believe.
New Council of the City of Rome, tightened the rules of public order. According to CNN, the penalty will threaten to dress up as a “centurion” in order to pose for photos for reward, swimming in fountains, selling drinks and food on the street, and drinking alcohol on the street after 10 PM. The sale of alcohol in public places between 2 AM and 7 AM will be banned.
At the National Archaeological Museum in Ferrara (northern Italy) from Thursday, November 15, the effects of the new project will be presented. The use of the newest 3D technology and computer graphics will bring Spina residents 2000 years ago back to life.
On the occasion of the 100th anniversary of Poland’s regaining independence, I wanted to wish the entire Polish nation all the best and further willingness to develop the Homeland. 123 years of captivity were occupied with the blood of many heroes. Let us use the gift that our ancestors left us – an independent Country!