All the latest information about discoveries from the world of ancient Romans. I encourage you to let me know about any Roman news and to indicate any corrections or inaccuracies. I try to search for material everywhere, but it is natural that not everything will be noticed by me.
Tickets for next year’s Great Roman Games are on sale from mid-November. The event will take place, as usual, in Nîmes, on May 1, 2 and 3, 2020 in the authentic Roman arena, Arènes de Nîmes. The tickets can be bought here. (more…)
Archaeologist and historian Steven Tuck from Miami University presented his latest research in which he compared the collected list of Roman names with Pompeii and Herculaneum with archaeological evidence from other parts of the Empire that were not destroyed by the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 CE. The conclusions are really interesting. (more…)
In Boxford (eastern England), the Roman mosaic was fully unveiled, which dates back to the 4th century CE. The discovery was made in 2015; however, only now can we fully admire the preserved object. (more…)
In recent days a fresco was discovered in Pompeii showing the fight of two gladiators: murmillo (left) and Thraex. The discovery occurred in the section Regio V. Fresco shows the scene of defeating one of the gladiators. (more…)
During the construction of the metro in Rome, workers came across skeletons that belonged to the Romans. Due to the fact that human remains were found in the place where the “Pyramid” station will be located, the artifacts were referred to as “Pyramid Mummies”. (more…)
4 October 2019
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