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Theatre Masks, Roman Mosaic
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Theatre Masks, Roman Mosaic

Roman Mosaic depicting theatrical masks of Tragedy and Comedy, 2nd century CE, from Rome. (Palazzo Nuovo, Capitoline Museums)
Roman Balance Weights
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Roman Balance Weights

Roman bronze balance weights. Probably used by a goldsmith or chemist. Imperial period. (Archaeological Museum, Como, Italy)
Roman Villa Borg - Reconstructed Caldarium
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Roman Villa Borg - Reconstructed Caldarium

The faithfully reconstructed and fully functioning caldarium (hot bath) of the Roman Villa Borg in Germany.
Holzhausen Roman Limes Fort, Germany
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Holzhausen Roman Limes Fort, Germany

The Roman Limes fort at Holzhausen in Rhineland-Palatinate (Germany) is one of the best-preserved forts. It was erected in the mid-3rd century CE during the reign of Caracalla (r. 211-217 CE) and used until the abandonment of the limes in...
Roman Gold Pendants
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Roman Gold Pendants

Roman gold pendants depicting various emperors. The far left pendant shows Hadrian (119-132 CE), the central shows Severus Alexander (222-235 CE), and the right example shows Gallienus as Mars (253-268 CE). (Palazzo Massimo, Rome)
Roman Food Shop Reconstruction
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Roman Food Shop Reconstruction

A reconstruction of a Roman thermopolio or hot food and drink shop. (Archaeological Museum, Aosta)
Roman Bridge over the Rubicon River
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Roman Bridge over the Rubicon River

Roman bridge over the Rubicon river located in Savignano sul Rubicone. The Rubicon has been one of the world’s most famous rivers ever since Julius Caesar crossed it in 49 BCE. However the bridge does not date from Caesar's times. It was...
Roman Bronze Scales
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Roman Bronze Scales

Roman bronze balance. Probably used by a goldsmith or chemist. Imperial period. (Archaeological Museum, Como, Italy)
Roman Theatre, Orange
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Roman Theatre, Orange

The 1st century CE Roman theatre of Arausio (Orange, France) which once had a capacity of around 9,000 seats.
Roman Magistrate's Toga
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Roman Magistrate's Toga

A marble statue of a Roman magistrate wearing a toga. 1st century CE, Empuries (Emporiae), Spain. (Archaeological Musuem, Empuries)