Roman Empire Archeology News Today 2013-06-15

Roman Hairdo Photo Credit Campra

Roman Hairdo Photo Credit Campra

We have found 16 Roman Empire Archeology News today!

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Ancient remains from Arla dig set to go on display : Business : Bucks Herald : People are invited to view Iron Age and Roman artefacts uncovered during the archaeological study of the site which will include pottery, metalwork, coins and jewellery as well as images of skeletons found in burial sites. -

Read this story here: http://www.bucksherald.co.uk/news/business/ancient-remains-from-arla-dig-set-to-go-on-display-1-5184060

 

Politics leaves biblical capital in ruins : The ancient town of Sebastia is one of the major archaeological sites of the Holy Land, with its overlapping layers of history dating back nearly 3,000 years. – by DANIELA BERRETTA THE -

Read this story here: http://www.nwaonline.com/news/2013/jun/15/politics-leaves-biblical-capital-ruins-20130615/

 

Archaeology: Bulgaria’s 2013 season underway with new discoveries : The archaeology season for Bulgaria is underway, with 2013 already seeing new discoveries. Among these are the finding of a prehistoric sanctuary near the Via Diagonalis Roman road site and a new dating of the Cape Akra, now believed to be from the time of Trojan War. – by The Sofia Globe -

Read this story here: http://sofiaglobe.com/2013/06/14/archaeology-bulgarias-2013-season-underway-with-new-discoveries/

 

Hairdresser Slash Archeologist Discovers Deep Conditioning Treatments Romans Used : LAWRENCEVILLE, GA (June 14, 2013) A Baltimore-based archeologist has recently launched her findings on how ancient Romans, women in particular, sported their hair when the Roman Republic was still in power. -

Read this story here: https://www.prbuzz.com/fashion/126302-hairdresser-slash-archeologist-discovers-deep-conditioning-treatments-lawrenceville-romans-used.html

 

Roman Concrete : Standing the tests of time, Roman concrete is very resilient. One only has to look at structures like the Pantheon in Rome or the harbor at Caesarea Maritima in Israel to see that this is true, but is it as durable as modern concrete? According to findings by Paulo Monteiro and his team at the U.S. -

Read this story here: http://www.biblicalarchaeology.org/daily/roman-concrete/

 

Excavations begin on Roman Temple at Maryport : Roman Temples Project on site at Maryport A team of archaeologists and volunteers led by Newcastle University’s Professor Ian Haynes with site director Tony Wilmott has started work in Maryport until 22 July. – by HeritageDaily -

Read this story here: http://www.heritagedaily.com/2013/06/excavations-begin-on-roman-temple-at-maryport/

 

Meanwhile, in Britain… : British Museum, Lectures, Roman Britain -

Read this story here: http://theheritagetrust.wordpress.com/2013/06/14/meanwhile-in-britain/

 

V Vestalia : Vestalia actually starts on June 9th, and runs through the 15th, so today is the fifth day of it. Since there have been various other things going on meanwhile, though, I neglected to mention it, despite having done a bit for it. – by aediculaantinoi -

Read this story here: http://aediculaantinoi.wordpress.com/2013/06/13/v-vestalia/

 

Binchester 2013: Day Eight : Slightly truncated entry today- I had to spend most of the afternoon in the office, so was only on site in the morning AND I’ve left my camera at work, so no photos (I’ll add them tomorrow). – by David Petts -

Read this story here: http://binchester.blogspot.fr/2013/06/binchester-2013-day-eight.html

 

L’Empire romain défait à cause de ses propres frontières : Le mur d’Hadrien reste la portion la plus connue des frontières tracées par les romains. -

Read this story here: http://www.nationalgeographic.fr/1084-frontieres-empire-romain/

 

Original Site Of The Meroe Head : We’re a non-profit organisation and we need your help! This website costs money and research material isn’t cheap either. We are supported only by our donors. Please consider donating; even small amounts help. Thank you! – by Omar Zaki -

Read this story here: http://www.ancient.eu.com/image/1264/

 

Binchester 2013: Day Seven : First hint of rain today- but it didn’t hang around. Starting with Trench 2, we’ve seen the first outbreak of planning going on. The students cracked through getting the post-pad building drawn, so can look forward to a day of context sheets tomorrow. – by David Petts -

Read this story here: http://binchester.blogspot.fr/2013/06/binchester-2013-day-seven.html

 

: Still More Graffiti in Dura Europos (3rd century CE) Part I, Kilroy Was Here!Part 2, Azzanathkona is coming!In The Temple of the Palmyran Gods This famous fresco from the north wall of the front room (pronaos) of the Temple of the Palmyran Gods was painted ca. 239 CE. -

Read this story here: http://judithweingarten.blogspot.fr/2013/06/i-am-hiya-part-3.html

 

Picture of the day: The Temple of Venus and Roma, Upper Via Sacra, Rome : The Temple of Venus and Roma (Latin: Templum Veneris et Romae) was the largest temple in Ancient Rome. It was located at the far east side of the Forum Romanum, near the Colosseum. It was dedicated to the goddesses Venus Felix (Venus the Bringer of Good Fortune) and Roma Aeterna (Eternal Rome). -

Read this story here: http://followinghadrian.wordpress.com/2013/06/12/picture-of-the-day-the-temple-of-venus-and-roma-upper-via-sacra-rome/

 

Water and our Basilica : While helping our ceramicist, Scott Moore, make his way through thousands of pot sherds excavated from the basilica at EF2 at Polis, I’ve been working on writing up some of the preliminary observations on the architecture of the church. -

Read this story here: http://mediterraneanworld.wordpress.com/2013/06/11/water-and-our-basilica/

 

Popular Archaeology : Good thermal springs are always likely to draw increasing numbers of people who have the means to tap their benefits. More often than not, they become popular resort destinations for the rich and famous. – by Authors -

Read this story here: http://popular-archaeology.com/issue/june-2013/article/archaeologists-uncover-magnificent-town-of-emperor-diocletian-in-bulgaria

 

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