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Lynne Lancaster Oct 19
Lod Mosaic ca. 300 CE. Excellent images of ship rigging and even a fish-eating fish, but most noteworthy is preservation of the under sketches (sinopie) and also the base layer of mortar, which preserves a footprint of one of the workers -oops!
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Nina Willburger Oct 17
Happy ! To celebrate this wonderful day, I'm posting two pictures of one of my favourite archaeological sites: The Achaemenid tombs and Sassanid reliefs of Naqsch-e Rostam, . One of the reliefs is strongly connected to . 1/2
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Sean McPartlin Oct 18
Roman fortlet, Antonine Wall, and Roman road at Kinneil near Bo’ness. Plus the old Kinneil Kirk at the vanished village. History all around us
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Roman Britain News Oct 17
'Gold pin' discovered by nine-year-old on the Isle of could date back to the era.
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MF Martínez-Polanco Oct 18
In my free time, I like to disseminate science by participating in historical re-enactments! 🌍🍀
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Roman Britain News Oct 13
Storm uncovers 1,700-year-old time capsule of ancient forest on Cornish beach.
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Nina Willburger Oct 19
! A Roman mosaic with a hare nibbling a bunch of grapes, on display at the Archaeological Museum El Jem/Tunisia. Hares or rabbits eating fruits are a frequent motif in Roman decorative art. It appears both in mosaics and wall painting. 1/2
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Roman Britain News Oct 17
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Roman Britain News Oct 14
Historic Baths welcomes 100,000th visitor since reopening in July.
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RoaminTheEmpire Oct 16
For , a mythical scene of about to kill Laomedon, the king of Troy (and father of Priam). From the triclinium of the House of Octavius Quartio at .
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Roman Britain News Oct 16
Excavation starts in search of and relics ahead of controversial burial ground project.
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Alison Fisk Oct 17
What better way to spend than at conference listening to talk about finds from recent excavations at like this bronze votive hand and silver duck-shaped brooch.
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Roman Archaeology News 1h
The incredible reverse siphonic aqueduct in Delikkemer, , that made water run up-hill.
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Alison Fisk Oct 19
The wonderful Medusa mosaic at Bignor Villa. A geometric floor design featuring a central portrait of the gorgon Medusa in the southern bath suite of the villa. Medusa was a popular motif in Roman homes thought to ward off evil
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Jon Hawke* Oct 15
Excavations carried out in the 1970s at Kingscote, 18 km WSW of found tiny fragments of wall plaster. They portrayed with and
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Alison Fisk Oct 13
This week’s fresh-looking clay tile impressions are from Richborough Roman fort . Made just under 2,000 years ago, before the tiles were fired. A dogs pawprint, small hoof prints, possibly pig, and a hobnail shoe imprint.
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RoaminTheEmpire Oct 18
in 31 CE, Sejanus is executed for a suspected plot against ! Sejanus rose to prominence after saving Tiberius from falling rocks in this cave-grotto triclinium at his villa near modern ...
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Roman Middle East Oct 16
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Roman Archaeology News Oct 18
Was a magician? A wooden door at the Santa Sabina Church in shows Christ with a “wand" performing miracles.
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Nina Willburger Oct 15
: 1994, the excavation of the villa at Oberndorf-Bochingen, where I spent three terrific months. The walls of two ancillary buildings fell over in the 3rd century AD, presumably due to an earthquake. 1/2
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