Archaeologists have uncovered dozens of 2,000-year-old army camps from Ancient Rome in Spain, according to a new study.The research, published in Geosciences, details the enormity of the Roman Army as … [Read more...] about Dozens of army camps from Ancient Rome discovered
A supposed fast-food restaurant at Pompeii has been completely unearthed, helping to reveal dishes that might have been popular for the citizens of the ancient Roman city.Massimo Osanna, the longtime … [Read more...] about Pompeii dig uncovers secrets from unearthed fast-food restaurant
A man has returned an ancient Roman projectile that he took from an ancient site in Jerusalem 15 years ago. The thief cited the current coronavirus outbreak and a feeling that “the end of the world is … [Read more...] about Ancient Roman missile returned by repentant thief concerned about coronavirus ‘apocalypse’
A rare ancient Roman brooch in the form of a horse was discovered by an amateur metal detector in England.The copper-alloy piece, which dates to about 1,800 years ago when Rome ruled Britain, is a … [Read more...] about Rare ancient Roman horse brooch discovered by scientists
Archaeologists made a stunning discovery in Germany: a 2,000-year-old silver dagger in the grave of a Roman soldier.The dagger was unearthed in its sheath at an ancient burial ground in Haltern am … [Read more...] about 2,000-year-old silver dagger used by Roman soldier unearthed by scientists
A shrine dedicated to the legendary founder of Rome, Romulus, has been discovered after archaeologists excavated the Roman Forum and stumbled upon the discovery.The shrine includes an underground … [Read more...] about Ancient Rome stunner: Sarcophagus dedicated to Romulus discovered
An illustration of Pliny the Elder, who perished in the Mount Vesuvius eruption of A.D. 79. (Credit: Shutterstock) A skull discovered almost a century ago on a shore near Pompeii might, just … [Read more...] about Pliny the Elder died in the Mount Vesuvius eruption of A.D. 79. Is this his skull?
The Roman city of Pompeii was devastated following the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 A.D., resulting in the deaths of approximately 2,000 people. A new study, however, suggests that some of the … [Read more...] about Some Vesuvius victims ‘baked’ for hours as they died, shocking find reveals
Archaeologists in the ancient city of Pompeii have discovered ancient brain matter that was turned into glass as a result of the volcanic eruption that devastated the city in 79 A.D.The … [Read more...] about Pompeii shocker: Vitrified brains from volcano victim discovered
Must nations, like a library book, be renewed if one wishes to keep it beyond the date stamped in the back?If you are too young to remember libraries and borrowing books, think of the date stamped on … [Read more...] about Cal Thomas: America’s Expiration Date — Will US collapse in 2026?