The remnants of ancient water wells, pearls and hairpins are proof that a group of villagers set up a settlement on top of an ancient Roman fort.
Construction workers initially tried to hide the elaborate Roman-era coffin after stumbling upon it at a building site.
The prints on the 2,000-year-old Roman roof tile proves cats were kept as pets -- and sometimes got in the way.
Remains of the great ruler's father are not in the same tomb, but may instead be in one nearby, new research says.
Roman concrete, one of the world's most durable compounds, closely resembles the rock formed in the depths of a dormant supervolcano in Italy.
The 2,000-year-old Roman ship had been carrying parts to build an entire roof and had been packed meticulously.
The 23-foot wooden machine, powered by slaves deep in the stadium's belly delivered wolves, boars and even antelopes to do battle with gladiators.
An ancient tombstone names a woman, but a male body was found beneath.
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