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A day in the life of an Ancient Roman
Ancient Roman villa virtual tour: you will be able to see the Villa from all sides and enter the inside rooms
Bishops of Rome, the Popes, 42 AD-present
Chariot racing possibly the oldest spectacular sport in Rome, chariot racing dates back at least to the sixth century BCE
Christian catacombs of Rome the christian catacombs of Rome: outline, history, importance as historical evidence of the life and martyrdom of the early church. This site is intended for people who wish to deepen their knowledge of the christian catacombs of Rome and of the church history in its origins. The site provides extensive material, in separate sections, dealing with this fascinating and largely unknown topic, martyrs, sacred archaeology, easter, Saint Callixtus, persecution, litanies, pope, cemeteries, crypt, cubicles, sarcophagus
Decadence, Rome and Romania, and the emperors
Ephesus Ephesus is the best preserved classical city of the Eastern Mediterranean, and among the best places in the world enabling one to genuinely 'soak in' the atmosphere of Roman times
Gladiatorial games
Gladiators the first gladiatorial contest at Rome took place in 264 BC as part of aristocratic funerary ritual, a munus or funeral gift for the dead
Historical background for Spartacus
Landings of Caesar in Britain, 55 and 54 BC
Map of Ancient Rome
Marriage in Ancient Rome, Ancient Roman marriage Ancient Roman marriage
Pompeii on the 24th of August, 79 A.D., volcanic ash spews from Mt. Vesuvius. Pompeii and nearby Herculaneum disappear from the face of the earth
Pompeii forum project
Pompeii picturers
Pompeii virtual tour
Roman aqueducts and water system Aqua Appia, Aqua Anio Vetus, Aqua Marcia, Aqua Tepula, Aqua Julia, Aqua Virgo, Aqua Alsietina, Aqua Claudia, Aqua Anio Novus, Aqua Traiana, Aqua Alexandrina
Roman Banquet
Roman baths and bathing
Roman baths in Britain
Roman days of the week Roman days of the week
Roman empire in the first century Roman empire in the first century
Roman gods and goddesses Roman gods and Roman goddesses
Roman Gods, Goddesses and Heroes
Roman month names Where do the month names come from?
Roman numerals converts normal numbers to roman digits, and vice versa
Roman numerals and dates a general guide to how Roman numerals work and their history
Roman Numbers
Roman republican government
Roman Roads This is a fragment of the most antique road map in existence, Peutinger's Tabula. More precisely, it is the XII century copy of a Roman road map.
Roman roads in the Mediterranean region and Europe Roman roads in the Mediterranean region and Europe
Roman tables
Romans & Britain
Slavery in the Roman Empire: numbers and origins it is impossible, however, to put an accurate figure on the number of slaves owned by the Romans at any given period
Surgery of ancient Rome: a display of surgical instruments from antiquity
The Christian Catacombs of Rome The first Christians pilgrims to Rome were the very Apostles Peter and Paul. They were the founders of Christian Rome, which is the motherland of all Christians.The testimony of the Apostles and of the martyrs who founded and, by their blood, enriched the Church of Rome is one of the most convincing proofs of the Christian Faith
The Frankish empire the building of a new western empire under the Merovingians and Carolingians, and the emergence of new western states
The Goths
Waters of Rome the Waters of the City of Rome is a cartographic history of 2800 years of water infrastructure and urban development in Rome

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