Roman Wine Barrels Reveal Details Of Intricate Roman Trade and Craft
Thursday, January 21, 2021 - 19:43

Archaeologists digging on the banks of the Vesle River near Reims in northern France in 2008 unearthed something unusual. They found three large and remarkably well-preserved ancient Roman wooden wine barrels

Bronze Age Money: Early Metal Artifacts May Be Europe’s First Currency
Thursday, January 21, 2021 - 18:01

Did the occupants of Central Europe in 2,000 BC have a functioning monetary economy? Said another way: did these people have Bronze Age money? Yes they did, say a pair of archaeologists from the Netherlands.

Ancient Treasures Discovered in Roman Shipwreck at Kasos
Thursday, January 21, 2021 - 13:58

Greek underwater divers and marine archaeologists have discovered hoards of ancient treasures onboard shipwrecks off the coast of Kasos Island.

Phoenix bird
Thursday, January 21, 2021 - 03:36

Ancient legend paints a picture of a magical bird, radiant and shimmering, which lives for several hundred years before it dies by bursting into flames. It is then reborn from the ashes, to start a new, long life.

A modern Medusa depiction.
Thursday, January 21, 2021 - 00:51

In ancient Greek mythology, Medusa is the most famous of three monstrous sisters known as the Gorgons. The earliest known record about the story of Medusa and the Gorgons can be found in Hesiod’s Theogony.

Etruscans Togas.
Thursday, January 21, 2021 - 00:48

The toga is arguably the best-known garment from ancient Rome. Initially, the toga was worn both by male and female Roman citizens.