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Seth Bernard Jun 13
Impressive article on in gets good press. Workers' diet is significantly unexplored for Roman world, but was important structural determinant of economic performance. What we need above all is data, and this starts to provide it...
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Holly Feb 26
... Now I'm on a roll...here are some of my favourite finds from
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Robert Witcher Apr 29
Delayed flight = rain & cloud cleared = top views of Trajan's hexagonal basin at & (far left) in relation to the & (later) delta.
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Archaeology Magazine Jun 14
Food and human remains from , ancient Rome's port, reveal that dockworkers enjoyed a diet that included wine and exotic protein sources imported from North Africa. (Portus Project/Artas Media)
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Philip Morton Jan 28
For those of you counting: 34th INDICTMENT of President's campaign staff, administrative staff, or advisers! WOW BEST EVER at CROOK MANUFACTURING and COLLECTION. FIRST TIME ever an Administration leads Nation in courtroom time and convictions! Winnner FIVE SWAMPS!
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martin ruiz Dec 25
Replying to @BlissTabitha
// Hooray! I am with Our President through Thick and Thin...
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Antiquity Jun 17
NEW research 🅰️👉 Port workers in ancient Rome ate like kings, until the Vandals arrived
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ArtasMedia ltd Feb 26
A few weeks ago we posted our renders of the Portus Murals. Take a look at how they were made in our 'making of' video.
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Antiquity Jun 12
NEW research 🅰️👉 Diet at the docks: Living and dying at the port of ancient Rome via
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Dr. Katherine Crawford Apr 6
Greatly enjoyed presenting about at the Underwater Archaeological Society of British Columbia - Shipwrecks Conference today.
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Stephen Kay May 7
Final day of filming for episode of series ‘Drain the Oceans’ on . This morning in the wonderful library.
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Stephen Kay Jun 3
Great to see this statue of Genius of Winter from Isola Sacra on display at Fiumicino airport
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Holly Feb 26
Eeeeeek so exciting to see on BBC 4- feel SO privileged to have been able to dig there myself - how exciting!
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Stephen Kay May 28
At today ahead of a new season of digital recording
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CNES Binghamton Feb 8
new digital visualizations of Roman
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funeral.low Apr 19
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Carlos Barrera Jun 5
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Digital Maps of the Ancient World Jan 24
in 41 AD, Claudius is accepted as emperor by the Senate. He would rule well and become famous for starting the conquest of and building Rome's new port of . Unfortunately, he had poor taste in women, which would be his downfall.
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Robert Witcher Jun 12
🅰️ June issue online 🆕 🌐 🇨🇳🇪🇨🇫🇷🇬🇷🇮🇹🇵🇱🇷🇸🇪🇸🇹🇷🇬🇧🇺🇦🇺🇸 #⃣ #⃣ #⃣ ➡️ Contents ➡️ Editorial
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Stephen Kay Jun 24
Today’s office. Digital recording of the vast 3 storey Severan era warehouse at
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