Scientists have proved that the famous skeletons discovered in Modena (northern Italy) belonged to a pair of men. Those human remains are unique because of the fact that those belonged to people holding each other by hand.(more)
As a result of excavations carried out in the so-called Gonio fortress (ancient Apsaros), which is located at the mouth of the river Chorokhi to the Black Sea, 15 km south of Batumi (Georgia), scientists have discovered the remains of a Roman mosaic. (more)
In Northamptonshire (central England) a wooden longitudinal object was discovered, which according to scientists was an offering to the deity. The artifact shows a small arm made of one piece of wood. (more)
Research done by British scientists shows that the Roman inhabitants of the ancient city of Portus had a very good diet – rich in meat and wine from North Africa. (more)
19 June 2019
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