2000-year-old ancient Roman Road, described as the most important in Scottish history, has been discovered.
Bone remains found which, in all probability, belong to two women and a ¾-year-old child who had found refuge in a bakery during the eruption of 79 AD.
New finds that shed light on the story have been discovered in the sanctuary discovered along the walls of the ancient city of Magna Graecia in the province of Salerno.
At Saraçhane Archaeology Park, where the Church of St. Polyeuctus is situated, excavation work by Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality (IBB) teams found a statue that is thought to date back to the Roman era.
Egypt archaeologists uncover a sphinx statue of a Roman emperor with a smiling face. The team also unearthed a Roman-era stele, or stone slab, engraved in both hieroglyphic and demotic scripts, the text pending translation.
Protected for 2300 years by mud, a votive deposit never seen before has re-emerged from the excavations of San Casciano dei Bagni, in Tuscany, with over 24 highly refined bronze statues, five of which are almost a meter high, all intact and in perfect state of conservation.
The Traces of the Roman Empire:
Once upon a time, the ancient city of Aspendos had a good king. He loved his daughter, famous for her beauty, and his country “to the same extent”. One day, he had an idea for his two loves. He declared to his people that would marry his daughter to the person who rendered the most advantageous service to the city…
Egnatia Road, is one of the most important roads connecting the two important capitals of the period, Rome and Istanbul, shining like a culture star from past to present.