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Remains of Roman city in England were found

In Kent (south-east of England), archaeologists found the remains of a Roman city. Numerous Roman artefacts have been discovered on the area of 18 acres. (more)... Read more

Wooden “arm” was discovered in Britain

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)... Read more

Another fantastic discoveries from Vindolanda

In the last days, scientists working at the excavations in the remains of Vindolanda (the Roman camp near the wall of Hadrian – in the north of England) found another interesting finds. (more)... Read more

German authorities returned Roman monument to Italy

The German authorities returned the Roman monument to Italy. We are talking about a sculpture from the second century CE, which depicts a bust of a young man.(more)... Read more

Archaeologists found that Romans in city of Portus had good diet

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)... 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. (more)... 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. (more)... 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. (more)... 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. (more)... 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. (more)... Read more

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