Reconstruction of murmillo's gladiator helmet2 weeks ago
Reconstruction of the murmillo’s helmet (gladiator type), on which scenes of the siege of Troy are visible. The helmet was made of bronze and the object was made…Read more
Roman oil lamp shaped in form of griffin2 weeks ago
Made of bronze, Roman lamp (lucerna) in the shape of a griffin. The object is dated to the 4th century CE and was found in Serbia. On the head of the mythical creature…Read more
Marble head sculpture of Praetorian2 weeks ago
Marble head sculpture of a Praetorian. A scorpion is visible on the cheek, probably the emblem of the Praetorian Guard in 1st – 2nd century CE. The object is in…Read more
Roman decorative stand2 weeks ago
Roman decorative rack for fruit or water dish. The legs are made up by satires. The object is located in the Archaeological Museum of Naples….Read more
Reconstruction of Ostia Antica and Portus2 weeks ago
The “Associated Architects Studio” has created an amazing reconstruction of the ancient port city of Ostia Antica and the great port of Rome – Portus. Portus was…Read more
Battle of Pharsalus2 weeks ago
After continually pushing Pompey out of Italy, Julius Caesar had to move his plans on the enemy’s territory, Greece and Macedonia. Knowing that Pompey had a number…Read more
Beautiful Roman necklace2 weeks ago
Roman necklace with a large disk and snake head clasp. The object is dated on 3rd century CE….Read more
Roman denarius with heroic scene2 weeks ago
The reverse of a silver Roman denarius minted in 103 BCE. The coin depicts a battle scene between a Roman soldier (right), protecting his companion, from an attack…Read 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.
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!
On November 24 at 7:45 PM, will be a guided tour in the National Etruscan Museum in Rome. Additionally there will be held seminar on wine throughout the centuries. Tasting included!
As you probably know, I undertook ambitious task – translating Polish website into English so that knowledge will be avilable not only to Poles. The website has over 3300 entries, which have to be translated into English. What’s more, on average, each page counts about 2000 words. After conversion, huge costs come out, taking into account the rates of translators.