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ROMAN 1ST-3RD CE Guilded bronze horse head plate. Part of a hoard found in the country house of a Roman general. Gaubodenmuseum, Straubing, Germany

Part of a hoard found in the country house of a Roman general Gaubodenmuseum, Straubing, Germany

Roman silver helmet with facemask,from  Homs (ancient Edessa) 1st cent. AD National Museum of Syria, Damascus

Roman legion silver helmet with facemask, Homs (ancient Edessa) Syria, C., National Museum of Syria, Damascus

Pair of Roman Bronze Chariot Handles in the Form of Venus - DAC.022  Origin: Mediterranean  Circa: 1 st Century AD to 3 rd Century AD  Dimensions: 7" (17.8cm) high x 2.25" (5.7cm) wide x 4.5" (11.4cm) depth  Collection: Classical  Medium: Bronze

Pair of Roman Bronze Chariot Handles in the Form of Venus - Origin: Mediterranean Circa: 1 st Century AD to 3 rd Century AD Dimensions: high x wide x depth Collection: Classical Medium: Bronze

Relief depicting an oculist examining a patient (stone), Roman, (2nd century AD) / Museo della Civilta Romana, Rome, Italy / Giraudon / The Bridgeman Art Library

Relief depicting an oculist examining a patient (stone), Roman, century AD) / Museo della Civilta Romana, Rome, Italy / Giraudon / The Bridgeman Art Library.

Interactive map of ancient Roman roads and sea routes reveal how long it took - and cost - to travel across the empire. The Roman world map was created by Walter Scheidel, an historian from Stanford University: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2687371/Google-CAESAR-View-Interactive-map-ancient-Roman-roads-reveal-long-took-cost-travel-CHARIOT.html

Interactive tool lets you explore the Roman Empire's roads an

Interactive map of ancient Roman roads and sea routes reveal how long it took - and cost - to travel across the empire. The Roman world map was created by Walter Scheidel, an historian from Stanford University: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2687371/Google-CAESAR-View-Interactive-map-ancient-Roman-roads-reveal-long-took-cost-travel-CHARIOT.html

Buste de Jules César (46 av. J.-C.) [découvert dans le Rhône, à Arles]

"Divers in France have found the oldest known bust of Roman dictator Julius Caesar at the bottom of the River Rhone …. The marble bust was found near Arles, which was founded by Caesar on the date of the southern town's foundation…

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Tile antefix Roman Britain, century AD From Holt, Clwyd This object was one of a row of ornate terminals set along the eaves of a tiled roof. It was made in the tilery of the Roman army’s

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