A quick review of the ancient town of Narni, Italy. It became the namesake for the Chronicles of Narnia, written by C.S. Lewis.
Liguria is described by Livy as an ideal battlefield to create soldiers.
Read about the ancient archaeological discovery of Gravisca.
The story of the deportation of the Apuani by the Romans
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Credit: MiBACT.TV The ever exciting digging under Roman soil to expand their metro system has this time yielded an amazing house. They believe the house belonged to a Roman commander due to its proximity to a nearby barracks. It has plenty of mosaics and decorated walls, 14 rooms, a bathhouse and under floor heating…
sharpness / 123RF Stock Photo Pantalica Etruscan discoveries are rare to come by but thankfully the site of Vetulonia has shown no stop to its treasures. The site has already been explored and ruins were discovered but now a new site is being explored. A large villa was discovered consisting of 10 rooms with…
bloodua / 123RF Stock Photo The landing site of Julius Caesar’s British Invasion has a new contender at Pegwell Bay based on carbon dating of weapons, similarities to the fortress of Alésia and the size of the bay compared to Caesar’s fleet size. The research was carried out by researchers from the University of Leicester….
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