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Phallus image was discovered near the Hadrian's wall

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Mar 19

Phallus image was discovered near the Hadrian’s wall

Archaeologists working in the vicinity of Hadrian’s wall found an image of a phallus engraved in the wall of a quarry. (more)

Assassin's Creed: Legion - new part in Roman times?

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Feb 19

Assassin’s Creed: Legion – new part in Roman times?

Last year, it was announced that in 2019 there will be no successor to the cult series “Assassin’s Creed”. However, as The Codex proclaims, the next part of the game is to have its premiere in 2020 and is to have the title “Legion”. (more…)

Lamp was found in Roman villa in England

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Feb 19

Lamp was found in Roman villa in England

In the south of England, in the village of Stoke Gifford, the remains of a Roman villa were found. Among ruins was also discovered bronze lamp, which is dated to the 1st century CE. (more)

"Imperator" - polski film o antycznym Rzymie

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Feb 19

“Emperor” – Polish movie about ancient Rome

“Emperor” – Polish movie about ancient Rome from 2013, directed by Konrad Łęcki. This short film tells the story of Emperor Otho; what’s interesting, the actors use classical Latin. (more…)

Fragments of the Celtic chariot found

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Feb 19

Fragments of the Celtic chariot found

In southwest Wales, in the Pembrokeshire, fragments of a Celtic chariot were discovered in the field. The object is about 2, 000 years old and certainly was put to the grave together with the deceased. The discovery took place in February 2018; however, the information was not given to the media. (more)

Large Roman wash basin found in the religious chamber in the ancient Egyptian capital of Memphis

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Feb 19

In Egypt, massive Roman building was discovered

Archaeologists have found the remains of a massive Roman building in the Egyptian city of Mit Rahin – 12 km of Cairo. The building contained a preserved Roman wash basin and a room, probably used for religious practices. (more)

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What happened that day in ancient Rome? (more)

We are all made for mutual assistance, as the feet, the hands, and the eyelids, as the rows of the upper and under teeth, from whence it follows that clashing and opposition is perfectly unnatural~Marcus Aurelius

Coin of Hadrian

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Curiosities about ancient Rome

Ancient Romans left behind a lot of strange information and facts that are sometimes hard to believe. (więcej)

Discoveries and novelties of ancient Rome

The latest information and discoveries related to the history of ancient Rome. (more)

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