At the beginning of the year in North England, in North Yorkshire, a very interesting discovery was made. During construction works carried out on the A1 from London to Edinburgh (Scotland), the remains of a very early and rich Roman settlement were found. (more)
Eight years ago – as a result of heavy rains – the gladiator school in Pompeii collapsed. The following years, the scientists spent on conservation work. In the end, tourists can again admire the preserved monument. Schola Armaturarum can be visited on Thursdays. (more)
On a rainy morning on August 19, 1937, the siblings Eusebia and Tomás Roldán found an amazing treasure in northwestern Spain. A strong downpour brought out an object that looked like an old cauldron. (more)
The previous left-wing Italian government, last year, was considering the introduction of fees for entering the famous ancient Roman monument – the Pantheon. However, the new government coalition threw the project into the bin. (more)
Researchers in Israel examined a Roman find from years ago – a ring – which apparently belonged to Pontius Pilate, the Roman prefect of Judea who supervised the process and crucifixion of Christ. (more)
In 2017, scientists discovered an intriguing disk-shaped artifact on the bottom of the Aegean Sea. As it turned out, it could be another element of the fascinating antique mechanism from Antikythera mechanism. (more)
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. (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. (more…)
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! (more…)
11 November 2018
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