Hadrian’s Wall (known in antiquity as the Vallum Hadriani or the Vallum Aelian) is a defensive frontier work...
A section of Hadrian's Wall near Carlisle.
Hadrian's Wall (Penguin History)
This book is widely considered by scholars of Hadrian's Wall and the Roman frontiers in Britain to be the standard...
Herculaneum: Villa of the Papyri
At a lecture hosted by the Friends of ANU Classics Museum (Canberra, Australia) in September, I learnt about the Villa...
Horrea Epagathiana, Ostia
The main entrance of the 2nd century CE Horrea Epagathiana, Ostia. Horrea were used to store huge quantities of foodstuffs...
House of the Vettii, Pompeii
The peristyle of the house of the Vettii, Pompeii. The villa was preserved following the eruption of Vesuvius in 79...
How Many Lives Could an Inscription Live?
Thanks to our partnership agreement with the EAGLE Portal, Ancient History Encyclopedia (AHE) will be republishing select...
Inscription, Arch of Constantine I
The inscription which appears on both sides of the Arch of Constantine I in Rome. Dedicated in 315 CE, the triumphal...
Italica: Roman city in Santiponce
Italica is a well-preserved Roman city located in modern-day Santiponce, 9 kilometres north of Seville in Spain. The cityÂ was...
Looking for Roman bridges in Sardinia
When I was planning my archaeological trip to Sardinia I discovered, thanks to vici.org (an Archaeological Atlas of Antiquity...