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Buried Roman Aqueducts - Frost Avoidance Techniques ? Or Wrong Conclusion.

The discovery of buried Roman water works (aqueducts) led to the conclusion that these water works were buried to avoid freezing by frost action.

Really?  167 more words

Hare-brained Theories

Egyptian Museum, Munich

Visited on 26th April 2017

The Staatliches Museum Ägyptischer Kunst (State Museum of Egyptian Art) is an archaeological museum in Munich. It contains the Bavarian state collection of Ancient Egypt art, and displays exhibits from both the predynastic and dynastic periods. 349 more words


National Museum, Warsaw

Visited on 26th January 2017

The National Museum in Warsaw, popularly abbreviated as MNW, is a national museum in Warsaw, one of the largest museums in Poland and the largest in the capital. 481 more words


National Museum of Archaeology, Lisbon

Visited on 11th of December 2016

The National Archaeology Museum of Lisbon (Portuguese: Museu Nacional de Arqueologia) is located in Lisbon, Portugal. It is one of the most important Portuguese museums dedicated to Archaeology. 580 more words


Museu Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisbon, Portugal

Visited on the 10th of December 2016

Museu Calouste Gulbenkian

Address: Av. de Berna 45A, 1067-001 Lisboa, Portugal

Telephone:+351 21 782 3000

Opening Hours: Wenesday through to Monday. 182 more words

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Vindolanda: uncovering the secrets of a Roman fort

One of the best-known Roman structures that still exists outside of Rome itself is the long defensive wall that snakes from the Solway Firth to Newcastle across the north of England: Hadrian’s Wall.   2,446 more words


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Intro to the Roman Period

The Roman Period lasted from 63 BC to AD 135, beginning after the domination of Palestine. The height of the Roman Empire was during the year 117 AD, due to the impressive political and social structure that the Romans had acquired. 984 more words