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Roman Cavalry Helmet, 100-250 A.D.

A phoenician marine, 480 BC

"Small fort at Hesselbach, c. AD 100", Brian Delf

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1,700-Year-Old Roman Mosaic Discovered During City Sewer Construction Project

A massive, well-preserved 1,700 year-old Roman mosaic was recently unearthed while performing city sewer construction.

Ancient roman street | Preserved ancient street in Rome, Italy.

Fragment of a military diploma, Mid-Imperial, Trajanic, 113/14 a.d. Roman Bronze Most surviving Roman military diploma belonged to army veterans. These discharge papers, however, were issued by the emperor Trajan to sailors on a warship, a quadrireme, in the imperial fleet based in Misenum on the Bay of Naples. The ship may have formed part of the flotilla that escorted the emperor from Italy to the East for the Parthian War (114–117 A.D.).