Picture of An aerial view of Leptis Magna in Libya
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Roman Ruins An aerial view of Leptis Magna in western Libya, one of the largest and best preserved Roman cities. The city, constructed during the reign of Augustus and Tiberius, was remodelled by Septimius Severus, and became a thriving urban center complete with a theater, market square, baths and basilica.
A Roman Dinner Party. Artwork by Richard Hook.
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Sabias que la gastronomía empezó en una cocina como esta en 3500 A.C en la antigua roma
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The ruins of Pompeii.
Pompeii, I will go there some day! This is one of the dream places that I want to visit. This is one of reasons why I want to get my history degree.
House of the Relief of Telephus
Colonnade showing the Roman technique of using brick as a foundation material which was then covered with more elegant surface materials, allowing for more efficient and rapid construction than using only cut stone.
Ancient Roman Homes - Domus, Insulae, Villa - Crystalinks
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The basic layout of a large Carthan domus. The main difference between this Roman home and the typical Carthan model is the shops (tabernae) along the front. Wealthy Romans rented out their front rooms to tradespeople; Carthans usually maintain a separation between business districts and residential areas. Ave's childhood home is roughly twice the size of this place. Her father is a wealthy man indeed.
"Roman Domus" Chapter 5: Domus- single-family detached dwelling found in ancient rome. Only 1 in 25 roman residences was a domus- not very popular for the time.
While Ancient Roman housing is not tiny, there are some elements that I really like. The courtyard area has a lot of potential.
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Insula: apartment building that housed most of the urban citizen population of ancient Rome
A model of an Ancient Roman insulae.
Gods and Goddesses
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Greek Gods and Goddesses.
Illustration of the five Roman crowns awarded to military personnel during the Republican period and early Roman empire: Civica, Muralis, Graminea or Obsidionalis, Vallaris and Navalis. See below for full explanation of each.
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Condecoraciones romanas Illustration of the five Roman crowns awarded to military personnel during the Republican period and early Roman empire: Civica, Muralis, Graminea or Obsidionalis, Vallaris and Navalis. See below for full explanation of each.
Atrio di domus romana.
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Domus - atriums began in ancient Greece
Pompeian Interior by Luigi Bazzani, 1882
In ancient Rome, the domus was the type of house occupied by the upper classes and some wealthy freedmen.
When I was a teenager, I lived in Italy and visited Pompeii many times. The Roman Villa always seemed to be the most elegant way to live, esp. in a hot climate. Naturally this is a bit idealized, but I would love to have an interior courtyard with a pool. "A Pompeian Interior" by Luig Bazzani (1882).
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Teatro Marcello, and remains of temple Apollo Sosianus, Rome,
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How the Romans saw their world
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Painting of Caligulas party ship. Recently 2 were discovered at the bottom of a small lake in Rome. They were described as floating palaces.
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Designed by Archimedes, the famous engineer, Syracusia was built on the island of Sicily in 240 BCE. The ship was 360 feet long and 80 feet wide. It carried 1,943 passengers. It also featured a hot water pool, garden promenade, library, restaurant, and temple dedicated to Aphrodite. Marble statues and carved ivory lavishly decorated these features. It carried 200 armed soldiers, two large catapults and three (or more) protective towers rose above the deck manned by archers.
One of two of Caligula's Nemi ships. Two of the largest ships ever constructed in Ancient times. They had running water, trees but were built in a lake. Recovered by Mousilini to be destroyed by retreating Nazi's. I hate italian nazi's.
Painting of Caligula's floating palace ship. The Nemi Ships were ships built by the Roman emperor Caligula in the 1st century AD at Lake Nemi. Although the purpose of the ships is only speculated on, the larger ship was essentially an elaborate floating palace, which contained quantities of marble, mosaic floors, heating and plumbing such as baths among its amenities. Both ships featured technology long thought to be recent inventions.
Artist's reconstruction of one of Caligula's Lake Nemi ships, built in the 1st century CE at Lake Nemi. Both ships were recovered from the lake, only to be destroyed during WW2
Roman oil lamp from the 1st century CE.
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Roman oil lamp from the 1st century AD. http://www.pinterest.com/pin/406520303839510839/
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Roman Merchant Ship
The Roman Empire Transport System
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The University of Southampton has been awarded €2.49 million (£2.1 million) by the European Research Council to study a large network of Roman ports stretching from Turkey in the east, to Spain in the west. Mediterranean Roman ports to be investigated The Mediterranean in c125 AD [Credit: Dr. Jean-Paul Rodrigue, Hofstra University]
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The Roman Empire Transport System. Red de transportes del Imperio Romano.
A Roman Marble Acroterion, Perhaps Depicting Attis.
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A Roman Marble Acroterion, Circa Early 3rd Century, Perhaps Depicting Attis
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#Pompei, #Italy - Wagon and cart wheels had to be regulated in size so they could pass between the stepping stones in the street - the stepping stones were essential for crossing roads due to muck/people dumping waste in the streets. So amazing to walk these streets where you can still see the ruts in the stones from the well worn pathways.
2008: Naples, Italy. Pompeii. Absolutely fascinating place. Would love to return again one day, and to see Herculaneum too. Chilling looking around the ruins and seeing Vesuvius out the corner of your eye looming over the town!
Trajan's Market and Temple, and the Basilica Ulpia and Trajan's Column. The location of the temple as shown here has since been disproven by excavations done in 1998 to 1999.
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Evolution of the Roman helmet, from the I cent. BC to the II cent. AD.