Astonishingly Preserved Roman Slave Quarters Unearthed in Pompeii After 2,000 Years
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Astonishingly Preserved Roman Slave Quarters Unearthed in Pompeii After 2,000 Years

According to The Archaeological Park in Pompeii, a beautifully preserved room that was once occupied by slaves has been found in the ancient Roman
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Astonishing images of Roman slave quarters in Pompeii frozen in time for almost 2,000 years by volcanic eruption

In a dig close to Pompeii Archeological Park/Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities and Tourism, a "slaves' room was discovered. It
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‘Astounding’ Roman statues unearthed at Norman church ruins on route of HS2

Archaeologists discovered Roman statues of a woman, a man and a child in an abandoned church that was built along the route of the HS2 high speed
Ancient Roman statues discovered during HS2 high-speed railway dig
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Ancient Roman statues discovered during HS2 high-speed railway dig

Archaeologists who were working on the UK's HS2 high speed railway plan discovered two complete statues of a woman and a man. One of the Roman
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‘Rare find’: amphitheatre dig in Kent paints picture of Roman town

Richborough, a Roman settlement on the Kent coast, was a big party place about 2,000 years ago. It might have included gladiatorial competitions,
When did Constantinople become Istanbul?
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When did Constantinople become Istanbul?

Istanbul's Blue Mosque. The Ottomans captured Istanbul in 1453. But when did the city's name change to Constantinople? Istanbul is an unusual place.
8 powerful female figures of ancient Rome
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8 powerful female figures of ancient Rome

Valeria Messalina is one of the most powerful Roman women of ancient Rome, as depicted in "The Tragedy of Messalina". According to a 2018
8 powerful female figures of ancient Rome
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8 powerful female figures of ancient Rome

Valeria Messalina is one of the most powerful Roman women of ancient Rome, as depicted in "The Tragedy of Messalina". According to a 2018
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8 powerful female figures of ancient Rome

Valeria Messalina is one of the most powerful Roman women of ancient Rome, as depicted in "The Tragedy of Messalina". According to a 2018
Dark Pattern Explains Why So Few Roman Emperors Died of Natural Causes
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Dark Pattern Explains Why So Few Roman Emperors Died of Natural Causes

Unbelievable numbers of Roman emperors didn't die from natural causes. This is not news, it's actually ancient history. Scientists have discovered a