Caesar and his campaigns across Rhine2 months ago
Julius Caesar is one of the greatest leaders in world history. This is evidenced by his victories in Spain (61 BCE), the conquest of Gaul (58-50 BCE), the invasion…Read more
Nerva2 months ago
Nerva Names Marcus Cocceius Nerva Ruled as Imperator Nerva Caesar Augustus Reign 18 September 96 – 25 January 98 CE Born 8 November 30 CE Died 27 January 98 CE…Read more
Fresco depicting scene of making offering to Diana2 months ago
Roman fresco depicting the scene of the sacrifice in honor of the goddess Diana, accompanied by the sacred animal – the deer. It is located in the triclinium of…Read more
Roman silver ladle2 months ago
Roman silver ladle. Object found in Pompeii and dated to the 1st century CE. It is now located in the National Archaeological Museum of Naples….Read more
Gladiatorial fight - secutor and retiarius2 months ago
One of the most popular gladiator fights in ancient Rome was the clash of secutor (“the chaser”1) and retiarius (“net-man”). Roman mosaic from the 3rd century CE…Read more
Teacher with three students on tombstone2 months ago
Roman tombstone relief showing a teacher with three students. The object is dated to the end of the 2nd century CE. and comes from Neumagen (west Germany)….Read more
Mosaic showing feeding donkey2 months ago
Extremely interesting Roman mosaic showing the scene of a donkey being fed by a man. The object is dated to the 5th century CE; now the artifact is in the Istanbul…Read more
Roman marble statue depicting young man - called Britannicus2 months ago
Roman marble statue depicting a young man – called Britannicus. The photo was taken in 2011 in the so-called Nero’s Cryptoporticus in Rome. The object is dated…Read more
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!
On November 24 at 7:45 PM, will be a guided tour in the National Etruscan Museum in Rome. Additionally there will be held seminar on wine throughout the centuries. Tasting included!
As you probably know, I undertook ambitious task – translating Polish website into English so that knowledge will be avilable not only to Poles. The website has over 3300 entries, which have to be translated into English. What’s more, on average, each page counts about 2000 words. After conversion, huge costs come out, taking into account the rates of translators.