Bust of Domitian

September 14, 2020
On this day (14 September) in 81 A.D., Domitian became Roman Emperor.

August 24, 2020
On this day in history (24 August, 79 A.D.) Mount Vesuvius erupted, killing around sixteen thousand individuals who lived and worked in various locations within the Bay of Naples.

November 25, 2019
The Villa Romana del Casale and Its Mosaics

November 4, 2019
Santa Maria Capua Vetere’s Colosseum of Spartacus: A Prototype for the Flavian Amphitheatre

October 28, 2019
Dive Into Italy’s Atlantis: The Underwater Archeological Park of Baia.

September 16, 2019
On this day, 15 September 668 A.D., the Eastern Roman Emperor, Constans II Pogonatus , was assassinated whilst at his bath in Syracuse, Sicily.

November 19, 2018
A Roman Villa in Positano

June 10, 2018
Dogs in Roman Life and Art Though she was educated at Cambridge and because a full professor at Oxford University, archaeologist and art historian Joceyln Toynbee published under the initials J.M.C.

May 30, 2018
Discovered Digit Determined to be Part of Constantine’s Colossal Bronze Hand The Art Newspaper has reported that a bronze appendage once believed to be a toe has recently been identified as one of the fingers missing from the colossal (albeit fragmentary) bronze bits of Emperor Constantine in Rome’s Capitoline Museum.

April 8, 2018
Caracalla (born Marcus Aurelius Antoninus in 188), was assassinated on 8 April 217, after nearly 20 years as one of the most reviled Roman emperors.

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