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Ancient World Alive | Titan(ic)s of the Past, Part 2 Nemi ships – The Floating Palaces

Ancient World Alive | Titan(ic)s of the Past, Part 2 Nemi ships – The Floating Palaces

Stadion Delphi Greece (Home of Apollon - Son of Zeus)

Stadion Delphi Greece (Home of Apollon - Son of Zeus)

The Baths of Caracalla, Rome. It is said that the complex had the capacity to gather up to 8,000 bathers per day.

The Baths of Caracalla, Rome. It is said that the complex had the capacity to gather up to 8,000 bathers per day.

Sanctuary of Demeter, Eleusis. The sacred well Kalichoron "of the fair dances" around which the women of Eleusis danced in honour of Demeter, Goddess of the Earth and of fertility.   Archaeological Site, Eleusis, Greece

Sanctuary of Demeter, Eleusis. The sacred well Kalichoron "of the fair dances" around which the women of Eleusis danced in honour of Demeter, Goddess of the Earth and of fertility. Archaeological Site, Eleusis, Greece

The Forum of the Emperor Trajan (Forum Trajani) - the famous Trajan's column on left, forum colonnade and Trajan's Market (Mercatus Trajani) on right.

The Forum of the Emperor Trajan (Forum Trajani) - the famous Trajan's column on left, forum colonnade and Trajan's Market (Mercatus Trajani) on right.

The first shopping centers of Antiquity or how Romans invented the malls. Trajan's Market in Rome

The first shopping centers of Antiquity or how Romans invented the malls. Trajan's Market in Rome

Ancient Roman laconicum from the town of Civitavecchia - Laconicum was a particular room of the Roman bath complex that operated pretty much like a steambath in the modern SPAs. It was used for heat sessions where people experienced excessive sweating as a way of detoxification of their bodies.

Ancient Roman laconicum from the town of Civitavecchia - Laconicum was a particular room of the Roman bath complex that operated pretty much like a steambath in the modern SPAs. It was used for heat sessions where people experienced excessive sweating as a way of detoxification of their bodies.

Galley at County Hall site  Roman galley discovered during the construction of County Hall in 1910

Galley at County Hall site Roman galley discovered during the construction of County Hall in 1910

The shipwreck of Kyrenia, the wreck of a hellenistic ship (3rd century BC) found near Kyrenia. It was discovered by Greek-Cypriot diving instructor Andreas Cariolou in November 1965 during a storm.   Courtesy & currently located at the Ancient Shipwreck Museum, North Cyprus. Photos taken by Xenophon (well, the wiki commons user anyway).

The shipwreck of Kyrenia, the wreck of a hellenistic ship (3rd century BC) found near Kyrenia. It was discovered by Greek-Cypriot diving instructor Andreas Cariolou in November 1965 during a storm. Courtesy & currently located at the Ancient Shipwreck Museum, North Cyprus. Photos taken by Xenophon (well, the wiki commons user anyway).

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