- Revealing the gay lover of the Roman emperor
recently, british scientists have announced a collection of nearly 25,000 ancient roman antiquities, in which the most remarkable is a bust depicting a gay lover's face. the emperor.
- The Roman emperor and the hobbies' room
in ancient roman society, falling in love with men and women is normal and popular, especially in the upper class.
- Discovered where the first Roman Emperor was born
archaeologists found at palatine hill in rome the rest of a large house that they believed might be the first roman emperor
- augustus was born.
- The Roman Emperor and the preferences
for many, the ancient roman emperor
was very knowledgeable, fair and trustworthy. but many consider the leaders of this ancient roman empire a symbol of cruelty, and many sick acts.
- The reason the Roman emperors were assassinated
for more than 500 years the roman empire existed, about 20% of the 82 emperors were assassinated while in power.
- Revealed 'underground city' under the Roman emperor's mansion
archaeologists have discovered a network of tunnels, forming an underground city, buried deep beneath the mansion of roman emperor
hadrian near rome.
- Battlefields where Emperor Caesar massacred 150,000 people
the greatest emperor of the roman empire killed 150,000 people in a battle with two tribes on dutch soil.
- Discover the miniature Colosseum arena of the Roman emperor
american investigators suddenly found a small roman arena where commodus emperor trained and fought beasts to win the title of
- 2,000-year-old summer castle of the Roman emperor
the nearly 2,000-year-old summer castle of the roman emperor
marcus aurelius left many traces on the mountains of turkey.
- Rare gold coin engraved with Roman emperor
american archaeologists found a gold coin engraved with a roman emperor
beneath the ruins of a noble mansion in jerusalem.
- The 'sick' interests of the Roman emperor
set up a brothel
- Gold coins 2,000 years of casting the Roman emperor was deified
a climber found a rare gold coin cast in the shape of the roman emperor
augustus dating back nearly 2,000 years, just like the version on display at the british museum in london.
- The ancient Roman emperor did ... prostitutes?
ancient greeks dealt very strictly with adultery relationships. the horned husband is allowed to kill his rival if he catches the story of a thief with his wife and vice versa.
- The reason for February is only 28 or 29 days
each calendar month has between 30 and 31 days, but february is only 28 or 29 days if it is a leap year, due to the retention of the previous roman calendar.
- One of the dreaded rules of the Roman emperor: Taxing urine
in ancient times, roman emperors issued many regulations and collected dozens of different taxes. under emperor nero and vespasian, the romans had to pay taxes ... urine.
- Villas more than 1,500 years old may belong to the Roman emperor
the largest roman villa complex in the uk, after more than 1,500 years, was found on a farmhouse after workers discovered mosaic tiles preserved well.
- 2000-year-old Roman tombstone was found in New York
american archaeologists are buzzing before a mysterious roman tombstone has just been discovered in the most unexpected place: westchester county, new york - one of america's wealthiest neighborhoods.
- Discovered the 2,000-year-old hat of the Roman cavalry
the hat was assembled from 1,000 small fragments in 3 years by experts at the british museum. the hat is made of iron and decorated with gilded leaves. this is the only hat found in the uk with an intact gold-plated silver plated layer.
- The cruel and pervertedness of the most insane emperor in the world
for centuries, the name of the caligula emperor was associated with insanity, brutality and depravity, according to acient.eu.
- Discover the mysterious room inside the underground palace of Roman tyrants
archaeologists have recently discovered the discovery of a hidden room in the underground palace of the roman emperor
- What helped Ceasar to become the most powerful dictator in Rome?
historians have recently made a comment about the motive of the roman dictator gaius julius caesar's pursuit of all power.
- The king built a great empire and ended 23 stabbing
julius caesar is a talented politician who offers a series of reform rules, laying an important foundation for the transition of the roman republic to the new political system, the roman empire.
- Ostia ancient Roman port was bigger than the holy land of Pompeii
the ancient roman port of ostia was built on the mouth of the river tiber, it was built into a giant complex under emperor claudius and named portus-meaning port.
- Find the ancient Roman statue at the underwater palace
on november 7, italian archaeologists said they had found a step of ancient marble roman statues in an underwater imperial palace near the bay of naples.
- Old city of Timgad (Algeria)
timgad is the present name of the roman city of thaugadi founded by the roman emperor
trajan in 100 ad for the purpose of military defense in the north of the aures mountains.
- Found the birthplace of the Roman emperor Augustus
a group of archaeologists yesterday claimed to have discovered part of the building that they believed was the birthplace of the first emperor of rome - augustus. archaeologist headed by clemen
- First time finding ancient Roman coins in Japan
on september 28, japanese archaeologists said they first found ancient roman coins in the ancient castle ruins on the southern island of okinawa.
- Things you didn't know about the Colosseum
there are very interesting little secrets about this great work.
- Discovering the old city with a 2,000-year-old penile image?
the two-year-old 2,000-year-old carved figure found on a roman wall revealed the birth of an ancient northern italian city.
- This is a life full of horizontal fruits of the Alaska sea emperor
in the heyday before the 80s, fishermen hunted a lot of red and blue emperor crabs weighing 7-8kg. the average size is now only 3-5kg.