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…)
Over the years, it was considered to continue the blockbuster movie from 2000 – “Gladiator” – in which the main role was played by Russel Crowe. The story of an enslaved Roman general who had to fight for his life in the arena will certainly be remembered for a long time. The enormous success of the film encouraged to continue the story. (more)
Researchers found an extremely intriguing artifact in Pompeii. From the earth was excavated a wall, and on it a inscription, which was made of charcoal. Probably it was made by a worker who was repairing house. (more)
Researchers found a remains of a Roman villa in Cambridge. The new Eddington district had already revealed to the researchers two prehistoric funerary monuments, a Roman center, cemeteries, roads. Nobody, however, expected further discoveries. (more)
In June this year, researchers discovered a beautiful colored burial chamber in Cumae (southern Italy). On the walls of the chamber you can see a servant carrying a jar of wine and a vase. Certainly on the other walls were the guests of the banquet. (more)
In the German city Zülpich, a 4.5-ton sarcophagus, which is 1, 700 years old, was discovered. Inside the stone object was body and numerous objects that were to accompany the deceased in the post-mortem life. Zülpich in Roman times was called Tolbiacum. (more)
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. (more…)
IMPERIUM ROMANUM is in process of translation over 3300 Polish articles about history of ancient Rome. If you have the opportunity to financially support the further translations – even with smaller amount – I will be very grateful.