Roman discoveries

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Roman camp was discovered in Germany

In Bielefeld (western Germany), scientists found the remnants of the Roman marching camp – large fragments of the wall, which date back to the reign of Emperor Augustus (27 BCE – 14 CE). Fortunately, over the next centuries, the area... Read more

Festival of summer opera in Baths of Caracalla

On June 11 – August 7, a very interesting event takes place in Rome – the festival of the summer opera in the ruins of Baths of Caracalla. The show, including ballet, opera and concert, will take place under the... Read more

Works of Roman poets of classical period in Latin

Works of Roman poets of classical period in Latin, performed by students of the Viviarium Novum Academy in Rome. The Academy educates exclusively in the field of early music and classical culture.... Read more

Marble head of Bacchus was discovered in Rome

Archaeologists conducting excavations at the medieval walls in Rome made a very interesting find – the marble head of the deity, which probably depicts Bacchus. The discovery took place in the center of the city. As it turns out, the... Read more

We can go on virtual journey around Circus Maximus

Thanks to the latest Circo Maximo Experience project, we can move to Circus Maximus in Roman times. All this thanks to virtual reality. Thanks to the latest technology, Rome enthusiasts can hear the spectators’ shouts, see the ancient chariot race... Read more

Roman coin of usurper Laelianus was found

During the construction works for the A14 from Cambridge to Huntingdon an interesting discovery was made. The Roman coin of the usurper Ulpius Cornelius Laelianus was extracted from the earth. Roman ruled about two months in 269 CE before being... Read more

Researchers discovered Sphinx Chamber in the Golden House of Nero

In the autumn of last year, scientists made a very interesting discovery – in the ruins of the Golden House of Nero in Rome, the remains of an unknown chamber were found. On one of the walls, among others there... Read more

Roman board game discovered in Vindolanda

During the recently conducted excavations in Vindolanda, next to the remains of the Hadrian’s wall (northern England) a cracked stone board for playing ludus latrunculorum was discovered. The object was found in one of the forts – dated back to... Read more

Forgotten bath discovered in famous Baths

Excavations carried out in the famous Roman Baths (England) have rediscovered the forgotten pool. It measures 4 by 5 meters and is one of the eight known pools in Baths. The outdoor swimming pool is located under York Street, near... Read more

22 Roman skeletons were found in England

In Lincoln (northern England) archaeologists found 22 skeletons from Roman times. Two of them do not have heads. The remains belong to men, women and children and are found on the former Roman cemetery in the Roman town Lindum Colonia.... Read more

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