The Art, Architecture and Archaeology of Rome and its empire, which at its apogee extended from the British Isles to the Caspian Sea. The earliest Roman art is generally associated with the overthrow of the Etruscan kings and the establishment of the Republic in 509 bc. Roman art includes the visual arts produced in Ancient Rome, and in the territories of the Roman empire. Major forms of Roman art are architecture, painting, sculpture and mosaic work. Metal-work, coin-die and gem engraving, ivory carvings, figurine glass, pottery, and book illustrations are considered to be 'minor' forms of Roman artwork.
Segedunum is one of the most popular attractions on Hadrian's Wall. Lying at the eastern end of the Wall it was built so the Roman Army could afford a view between Pons Aelius (Newcastle Upon Tyne) and Arbeia (South Shields). It is the most excavated fort in Britain and lots of new information about the cavalry for example has been learnt from this site. Take a look here and learn exactly what you ...
The State Hermitage Museum: Collection Highlights. This varied collection of Roman art spans the period from the late period of the Republic (1st century BC) to the late Empire (4th century AD), but most important is the collection of sculptural portraits.
Currently without equivalent in the world, this site presents texts and images with a will of information and initiation for a very large audience. From Neolithic era to Medieval, the outstanding stages of discoveries in Poitou-Charentes are illustrated by photographs of the principal times of archaeological chronology.
This is the oldest and one of three central archaeological institutions in Slovenia. From the founding of the museum, it has acquired, documented and studied material from all the archaeological periods represented in Slovenia (from the Paleolithic to the Early Middle Ages and recently to the High and Late Middle Ages).
The ARA is probably the fastest growing Archaeology Association and anyone is welcome to join. When you join you will learn a lot more about Roman Civilisation and probably some of your ancestors! - new discoveries are made amazingly frequently and the results are reported in our fabulous, full colour, Bulletin. The ARA is a Registered Charitable Company, Limited by Guarantee, dedicated to support ...
This site is based on a collection of over 7000 photographs, the vast majority digital photographs, taken mostly in various places in Italy and Denmark in the years 1999-2010. The main focus of this collection is the Greek, Etruscan and Roman past of what is now Italy, but there is also the odd photograph from Copenhagen and elsewhere.