Tag: Italy

Lucia Marchini 8 months ago
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Fifty years ago, in June 1968, archaeologist Mario Napoli uncovered a beautifully painted tomb in…

Lucia Marchini 8 months ago
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What is it? This is a Roman stone sundial, a timekeeping device that had become…

Lucia Marchini 10 months ago
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How did Romans drive around an ancient city? Was it just a free-for-all? Subtle traces…

Lucia Marchini 1 year ago
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Why was a victory monument erected 20km from Rome? David J Breeze explores the extraordinary…

Lucia Marchini 1 year ago
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Hello, everyone! It is wonderful to be here, and I am looking forward to exploring sites…

Current World Archaeology 1 year ago
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Searching for Samnites in the ‘Region of Little Cities’   Surprisingly few people have heard…

Nick Bartos 1 year ago
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Though recorded in historical sources, the indigenous people in the south-west corner of the Iberian…

Nick Bartos 2 years ago
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Nadia Durrani and Andrew Selkirk visit Turin’s transformed Museo Egizio. When Turin’s Egyptian Museum (Museo…

Nick Bartos 2 years ago
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Justin Leidwanger and Sebastiano Tusa dive into a 6th-century puzzle off the coast of Sicily.…

Nick Bartos 2 years ago
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At their peak in the 4th century AD, the people who built Teotihuacan in Mexico…

Nick Bartos 2 years ago
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This highly unusual Etruscan tomb is linked to the Macedonian court of Alexander the Great…

Nick Bartos 2 years ago
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Lorenza Bacino explores an ancient city being restored by modern technology, taking a tour through…