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Classical Mythology Jun 25
Ancient Romans believed it was good luck to see a snake. Snakes also were honored as spirits that guarded places. In art and culture many snakes decorate floors and walls as well as wealthy wrists. L-R: Pompeii frescoes, gold snake bracelet, c. 1st century BC/CE
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Digital Maps of the Ancient World 7h
Exciting news! Major excavation planned for
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Bucephalus Development, LC 12h
Replying to @BucephalusDev
is actually a relic of ancient civilization: it’s no wonder why (or diluting gold in coins) surged at the height of games in the , which was also a prelude to the fall of the . We’re done overpaying neanderthals, folks.
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Digital Maps of the Ancient World 17h
Swiss researchers try to get ancient fridge working (again)
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Crofton Roman Villa Jun 24
Come to the villa and see the remains of a hypocaust. Amazing ancient technology!
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Kristina Killgrove Jun 24
What The Rise Of Rome Can Teach Us About Politics, Family, And White Supremacy - An Interview with
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Trimontium Trust 18h
It was , 26th June 4AD that the Emperor adopted his stepson, Tiberius. Tiberius was the son of Livia, 3rd wife of Augustus, and her first husband, Tiberius Claudius Nero. Augustus adopted Tiberius after the death of his grandson, Gaius Caesar.
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The Oratory School 13h
Our School Outreach World afternoon is currently in full flow! Pupils are in their togas making mosaics, encountering the material remains of Rome and learning about Aeneas' trip to the underworld
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Trimontium Trust 21h
A clip of Bonchester Hill Hillfort in Roxburghshire in the - Excavations have dated the fort to the pre Iron Age & this clip shows the traces of the stone foundations of the circular huts, within and without the defences.
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Trimontium Trust Jun 25
A remarkable survivor - a rare example of a Carpenters Plane from the Rhenish State Museum in , . Surface planing was achieved with the help of a hand plane (plana) like this one & not very different to a modern plane (also shown).
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Annie Duke 11h
Replying to @Ba_Reigns
Reigns, You're the best man of WWE
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History Press Local 11h
and prehistoric remains uncovered by new road construction in (via )
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levellerlive📰 8h
A talk on last years villa at
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Naomi Jun 24
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Dr. Owen Humphreys, PhD 17h
Continuing with demographics today. Despite the low numbers of mens shoes I was able to find three right insoles of the same shape to illustrate the size differences I'm looking for.
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𝕄𝔼𝔾𝔸𝕋ℝ𝕆ℕ Jun 22
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Impera Jun 25
The hands are not the only nod to the Roman Empire. Can you spot the coliseum steps?
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York Romans Project 19h
The Knaresborough Vessel Hoard of copper-alloy vessels and iron tools, discovered in 1864. We took new photographs of the objects last week for an ongoing research project. This is the first time we've had a photo of the hoard as a group!
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Dig for Eboracum 21h
We're excited to release ambitious plans for the next project, which we hope will be the most significant archaeological excavation ever to take place in . We want to share the excitement with all residents of the city - learn more:  
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Orsolya Láng 12h
A highly successful Night of the Museums in Aquincum (in spite of the rain) :)
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