Tag: Rome

Lucia Marchini 3 months ago
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Richard Hodges investigates pestilence and climate chaos in the eternal city The trams rumbling along…

Lucia Marchini 4 months ago
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Excavations are exposing the insatiable appetite for self-promotion displayed by the owner of a modest…

Lucia Marchini 8 months ago
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The Fate of Rome: climate, disease, and the end of an empire Kyle Harper Princeton…

Lucia Marchini 12 months ago
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Why was a victory monument erected 20km from Rome? David J Breeze explores the extraordinary…

Nick Bartos 2 years ago
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CWA’s editor-in-chief Andrew Selkirk takes us on a capital tour. I have been to Rome…

Nick Bartos 2 years ago
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Ice Age art is as awe-inspiring as it is perplexing, an astonishing and unprecedented explosion of…

Lucia Marchini 2 years ago
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Cambodia's stupendous temple of Angkor Wat, and the dense forest in which it sits, are currently…

Lucia Marchini 4 years ago
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Finding the archaeological evidence for a major turning point in history is something few archaeologists will…

Lucia Marchini 4 years ago
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Our cover feature reads like detective fiction: archaeologists come across a pharaoh's sarcophagus stolen in antiquity…