Rome_and_stuff, to Archaeology
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A series of #ancient #toman #marble columns reused in a #medieval portico and now encased in shops and houses inn#rome. #archaeology #recycling #ancienthistory #medievalarchitecture #architecturehistory #romanhistory

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The inner side of the #ancient #roman walls of #rome, now within the non-Catholic cemetery. #Archaeology #ancienthistory #romanhistory #cemetery_shots #cat

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wine, oil, and food used in an drainage system for an fruit tree orchard, discovered in and on display in the San Giovanni Metro Station.

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An inscribed Roman altar with game board scratched into the back, posted (nice photos, both front and back, but no alt text ... see my thread below) by @Rome_and_stuff:

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It has been published as follows:

EDCS-17200267 = EDR029435 = TM 69126 = CIL 06, 00182 (p 3004, 3755, 4130) = CIL 06, 30708 = CEACelio 00321 = D 03720 = AE 2001, +00219.

http://www.edr-edr.it/edr_programmi/res_complex_comune.php?do=book&id_nr=EDR029435

Alt text:

First photo shows the rough-cut rear face of a rectangular stone altar into which an apparent game board has been cut. The board consists of three concentric squares, with straight lines connecting the center of each side of the outermost square to the corresponding center of each side of the innermost square.

Second photo shows the front of a rectangular, inscribed altar, bearing a five-line Latin text in early imperial characters with common abbreviations ... 1/2

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Rome_and_stuff, to philosophy
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An #ancient #roman funerary altar with a game board scratch into the back of it. #rome #archaeology #ancienthistory #romanhistory

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Rome_and_stuff, to philosophy
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ancient marble lion on the Palatine Hill in .

Teotihuacan ancient culture affected by megathrust earthquakes during the early Epiclassic Period (Mexico) [open access] (doi.org)

Abstract: Teotihuacan was one of the thriving cultures in the Mesoamerica pre-Hispanic times, located in the Central Valley of Mexico. The city-state was a dominant centre point during the Classic period and its influence affected other contemporaneous cultures. Around the year 550 CE, a continuous decrease in urban population...

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Who would want to live on top of a tomb? A house built above the of an monument on the via Appia.

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The front of an sarcophagus embedded in the wall of 17th century palazzo.

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Founder effects identify languages of the earliest Americans (open access) (doi.org)

Abstract: The known languages of the Americas comprise nearly half of the world's language families and a wide range of structural types, a level of diversity that required considerable time to develop. This paper proposes a model of settlement and expansion designed to integrate current linguistic analysis with other...

Rome_and_stuff, to philosophy
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The remains of the frieze of the colonnade from the #ancient #roman forum of Nerva (transitorium), showing scenes of weaving. #rome #archaeology #ancienthistory #ancientrome #romanhistory #architecturalhistory

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The obelisk, fountain basin and statues of the Dioscuri on the Quirinal Hill in .

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An #ancient #roman tombstone of a #dog called Heuresis (Finder). #rome #archaeologist #ancienthistory #ancientrome #ancientart

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An head of the god Jupiter (?) in the grass the new museum on the Celio.

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An cippus announcing the return of land by the emperor Augustus to the public on the Aventine Hill, shame about the

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Rome_and_stuff, to philosophy
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Fragment of #ancient #roman #marble entablature depicting a battlefield trophy and two captured prisoners… the snails are extra. #archaeology #rome #ancienthistory #ancientrome #ancientart #architecturalhistory

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series of #ancient #marble columns that presumably fell of their transport ship while coming from #greece to #rome. #discovered near the #roman port of #ostia they’re showing the effects of having been submerged for hundreds of years underwater. #archaeology #ancientrome #ancienthistory #architecturalhistory #underwaterarchaeology

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A large - space for gatherings, dining, and worshipping the god - underneath the baths of Caracalla in .

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Image of an #ancient #roman merchant #ship carrying amphorae storage vessels, on the side of an altar dedicated by the prefect of the annonae, the grain and oil distribution to the Roman people. #rome #ancienthistory #ancientart #archaeology #romanhistory

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Parts of the fresco decoration of a Hadrianic-era house underneath and covered by the later baths built by the emperor Caracalla.

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The house and warehouse remains underneath the church of Santi Silvestro e Martino in .

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JPK_elmediat, to folklore
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Researchers found similar descriptions in the Book of Revelation and ancient curse tablets

A research project headed by Dr. Michael Hölscher of Johannes Gutenberg University, Mainz (JGU), has uncovered that the book of revelation has some descriptions and phrases similar to ancient curse tablets.

https://arkeonews.net/researchers-found-similar-descriptions-in-the-book-of-revelation-and-ancient-curse-tablets/

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