The ring, found in England by an amateur using a metal detector, dates back around 1,700 years -- a time when the Roman Empire was in power.
The trove of more than 4,000 bronze and silver coins dating back to Ancient Rome and weighing 33 pounds was discovered by a Swiss farmer.
The fragments of a 2000-year-old Roman sign were discovered more than 100 years apart.
The impressive structure measured some 262 by 196 feet, although only a small part of it has been unearthed.
The marble head found at a site in Turkey was somehow spared from an early Christian campaign against pagan art.
Intricate designs on the mosaic date to the 4th and 5th centuries AD.
The artwork was uncovered at the site of a 4th-century Roman villa in Tuscany.
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.
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