The impressive door is made from marble brought down from the island of Thasso and bolsters the theory that the site is a grand tomb. Continue reading →
From wealthy neighborhoods in the city's north to working class suburbs in the south, Romans are not shy about scrawling on walls.
In a city where fine arts academies abound, graffiti is both technical and gorgeous.
For hundreds of years, people lived in the Colosseum and used its vast center as a communal trading center.
A rare Crusade-era lead seal used to secure a letter was uncovered in an ancient farmstead in Jerusalem.
An ancient stone carving on the walls of an Egyptian temple depicts the Roman emperor Claudius dressed as an Egyptian pharaoh, wearing an elaborate crown.
As the historical action movie 'Pompeii,' opens we list 10 surprising things about ancient Romans you probably didn't know.
Ancient quarries under Rome threaten modern buildings and streets with collapse, leading geologists to go underground to map the passageways.
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