Welcome to the largest Polish website dedicated to the history of ancient Rome. The main purpose of the site is to create a huge source of information about the Roman Empire and to propagate this knowledge via the Internet.
Running the website and ancient Rome are my real passions, which I try to pursue in my free time. That’s why I’m constantly developing articles and writing new ones. At present, there are over 3, 300 articles in the database for Polish part of website and as of now there are works going on regarding the translation to English. When I was building this website, I dreamed of creating a compendium of knowledge about Rome’s history and making it available to all interested people.
Currently IMPERIUM ROMANUM has the biggest amount of information among websites dealing with this topic. However, this is not a satisfactory state for me. I am still striving to broaden the news and sections. Do you want to help?
If you have any text related to the history of ancient Rome or would like to write something and make it public, please contact me.
Euphrates in ancient times was considered a border river, dividing the Roman world and the world of Parthian / Sassanids. Presence of Romans east of the Euphrates is poorly known today. The traces of the Romans in these lands will be sought by dr Michał Marciak from the Jagiellonian University. (more)
The latest research of scientists has made it possible to get to know the health of the inhabitants of the Roman Empire even better. This time, the researchers carried out an analysis of children’s remains, buried in various Roman cemeteries of Europe – from northern England to southern Spain. (more)
Restored horse head from Germania proves that Romans lived in favorable relations with Germans till battle in Teutoburg Forest
At the beginning of our era, in the middle of the market in the ancient Waldgirmes center (near today’s Frankfurt in Germany), there was a monumental bronze sculpture showing Augustus on horseback. It was a confirmation of the Romans’ presence in distant Germanic lands. Scientists suspect that the statue could weigh up to 400 kg. (more)
What happened that day in ancient Rome? (more)
If you want to help me promote information about ancient Rome and develop website, please donate this initiative. (more)
Ancient Romans left behind a lot of strange information and facts that are sometimes hard to believe. (więcej)
The latest information and discoveries related to the history of ancient Rome. (more)
In order to be able to create and develop IMPERIUM ROMANUM in good form, I had to spend a lot of time and effort of my private life. If you are willing to support me and website, you can do it in a several ways:
I. like website, clicking “like it” in the upper section, share the fanpage within the Facebook, mention on Google+, on Twitter, observe on Instagram or observe the profil on Reddit. This way I will be able to reach more people.
II. if you have any article about ancient Rome, that you would like to share with others, there is nothing easier than just sending it to me via mail.
III. write to me via mail with advise, what should I change or correct, just to have website in better form. Give the feedback, advice what to fix. Maybe you did find a mistake – let me know!
IV. if you are happy to support me financially in order to develop IMPERIUM ROMANUM – even with small amount – I will be really grateful.
The site exists since 2004 and during that time I managed to collect a lot of materials about ancient Rome.
I have repeatedly corrected and modified the website to maximally adapt the navigation to the needs of visitors. I think, finally, I managed to achieve it.
From the early beginning, on the home page, there was my own thought – in my opinion great:
“To the glory of Caesar and the Roman people, go the way of victory, the way of the great Empire!”. This sentence encourages me to work more on the website.