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Herculaneum, Italy: explore the ancient Roman site of Herculaneum ... www.italythisway.com - Street through ruins of ancient city

Herculaneum, Italy: explore the ancient Roman site of Herculaneum ... www.italythisway.com - Street through ruins of ancient city

The long straight roads built by the Romans have, in many cases, become just as famous as their greatest emperors. Roman engineers were audacious in their plans to join one point to another in as straight a line as possible. Consequently, roads used bridges, tunnels, & other architectural & engineering tricks to create a series of breathtaking but practical monuments which spread from Portugal to Constantinople. The network of Roman roads covered over 120,000 km. (Info by Mark Cartwright)…

The long straight roads built by the Romans have, in many cases, become just as famous as their greatest emperors. Roman engineers were audacious in their plans to join one point to another in as straight a line as possible. Consequently, roads used bridges, tunnels, & other architectural & engineering tricks to create a series of breathtaking but practical monuments which spread from Portugal to Constantinople. The network of Roman roads covered over 120,000 km. (Info by Mark Cartwright)…

Hathor Holding Nefertari's Hand. Symbolizes the union of the upper Egypt and Lower Egypt

Hathor Holding Nefertari's Hand. Symbolizes the union of the upper Egypt and Lower Egypt

And one more Third Style Fresco - also from the House of Marcus Lucretius Fronto - www.pompeii.org.uk

And one more Third Style Fresco - also from the House of Marcus Lucretius Fronto - www.pompeii.org.uk

Ancient Roman Loo. What a lovely place that would have been to chat with your fellow Roman. https://www.hotelscombined.fr/Place/Reunion.htm?a_aid=150886

Ancient Roman Loo. What a lovely place that would have been to chat with your fellow Roman. https://www.hotelscombined.fr/Place/Reunion.htm?a_aid=150886

An ancient Roman town which, like Pompeii, was destroyed and buried in the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD. Herculaneum was buried under a pyroclastic flow from the eruption and disappeared from history along with Pompeii, and also Stabiae and Oplontis. This was one of the first sights where we could study the skeletal remains of Roman people as normally the dead were cremated.

An ancient Roman town which, like Pompeii, was destroyed and buried in the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD. Herculaneum was buried under a pyroclastic flow from the eruption and disappeared from history along with Pompeii, and also Stabiae and Oplontis. This was one of the first sights where we could study the skeletal remains of Roman people as normally the dead were cremated.

Denis Gliksman / © Denis Gliksman, Inrap

Archéologie : un prince, ou une princesse, au torque d’or exhumé dans la tombe de Lavau

Fresco depicting Dedalus with outstretched wings looking down at the body of Icarus while a beautiful nymph sits on a rock - Villa Imperiale , Pompei

Fresco depicting Dedalus with outstretched wings looking down at the body of Icarus while a beautiful nymph sits on a rock - Villa Imperiale , Pompei

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