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Among the many gods of the Romans, Jupiter, the son of Saturn...
Roman Daily Life
From the early days of the Roman Republic through the volatile...
A Visitor's Guide to Herculaneum
In the first part of our new travel series devoted to the archaeological...
Roman Household Spirits: Manes, Panes and Lares
To the ancient Romans, everything was imbued with a divine spirit...
Gortyn is located on the Mesara plain of central Crete and was...
Utica (also Utique), 33km north of Tunis, was the first Phoenician...
Saguntum (modern Sagunto), located near Valencia in Spain, was...
Castor and Pollux
Castor and Pollux (the Dioscuri) are figures from Greek and Roman...
Verona, situated on the river Adige in northern Italy, was a Roman...
Christianity is a monotheistic, deontological, grass–roots...
Theodoric the Great
Theodoric the Great (l. c. 454-526 CE, r. 493-526 CE, also known...
Cyrene was an ancient Greek city on the North African coast near...