ii – Peter Campbell on Twitter: “The Carabinieri’s brand new museum – Museo dell’Arte Salvata – features artifacts rescued from trafficked and unethical museums/collectors. Located in the Aula Ottagona of the Baths of Diocletian
iii – This strange theory claims the Roman Colosseum was paid for with pee
iv – Domus Aurea – How to see Nero’s Golden House in Rome!
v – The pillars of Rome: Why Rome has more obelisks than Egypt?
i – Paestum’s ruins provide glimpse into ancient Greek and Roman life
ii – Excavations unearth secrets of everyday life in Pompeii—including exceptionally well-preserved glass and ceramics Jacqueline DiBiasie-Sammons’ research on ancient Pompeii Graffiti featured on TED, awarded NEH funding
iii – Latest pictures released by the Pompeii Archaeological site press office enriching knowledge about the everyday lives of middle-class households: ug. 6, 2022, that excavations of rooms in a home first unearthed in 2018, revealed the environment of ordinary citizens of the city, which was flourishing before being destroyed
iv – The Flavian Amphitheater of Pozzuoli – Time Travel Rome
v – Cupra Marittima, in Italy’s Marche region, is today a sleepy seaside town — but it was once a thriving and powerful outpost of the Roman Empire. Close to the pristine beaches of the Adriatic coast lie the ruins of the ancient Cupra temple, where a new discovery has come to light. Last week, archaeologists recovered parts of the 2,000-year-old temple’s frescoed walls and ceiling, painted in blue, yellow, red, black and green hues and decorated with flowery garlands, images of candelabra and tiny palms
vi – Researchers Explore Ancient Greek City in Sicily With 3D Technology
viii – Selununte
a – MORE on recent Selinunte Excavations
b – Charms and highly refined objects similar to those found at Delphi unearthed at massive Selinunte Agora – at almost 33,000 square metres, the biggest in the ancient world.
ix – Megara, Hyblaea
a – First Greek colonies who arrived after the founder, Pammilus of Megara Hyblaea
b – Petrological footprints of the millstones of Megara Hyblaea one of the oldest Greek colonies in Sicily, founded in 728 BCE, highlight the human interactions with Mediterranean volcanoes
x – A perfectly preserved section of the [httpswww.reddit.comrancientromecommentsx1kzg3a_perfectly_preserved_section_of_the_via_flaminia]Via Flaminia Roman road, discovered at a depth of 0.90m during planning of a new water pipeline in Riano. The Flaminian Way struck north from Rome, over the Apennines to the Adriatic.