The height of the sculptures and their pedestals make them an imposing presence at the tomb's entrance. Continue reading →
The bracelets and necklaces, representing one of the finest collection of Roman jewelry, were buried in Colcester, U.K., by a terrified Roman woman. Continue reading →
Artifact embossed with the image of the hated Emperor Nero and dates to between A.D. 64 and 65.
A medieval treasure trove is revealed, as researchers dig for clues into the emperor’s physical features and cause of death.
Exhuming the sarcophagus of Holy Roman Emperor Henry VII (1275-1313) reveals a crown, a scepter and a unique, 10-foot-long silk cloth.
As the historical action movie 'Pompeii,' opens we list 10 surprising things about ancient Romans you probably didn't know.
Persian soldiers choked to death advancing Romans using a mixture of bitumen and sulfur. Continue reading →