• wdtprs.com | 10/20/2019 | View all posts by Fr. John Zuhlsdorf →
    Today’s Roman Sunrise 17:19, Sunset 18:33. The Ave Maria is fixed these days at 18:45. Yesterday was about as perfect a Sunday as one could desire. Not only was John Henry Newman canonized, but the...
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  • www.archaeology.org | 10/17/2019 | Staff
    (Courtesy Boris Kratofil, Vinkovci Municipal Museum)VINKOVCI, CROATIA—Total Croatia News reports that a two-wheeled chariot and the remains of harnessed horses were discovered in a burial mound in...
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  • Mail Online | 9/16/2019 | Joe Pinkstone For Mailonline
    An ancient Roman butchers that slaughtered, prepared and sold prime cuts of beef in Devon 1,700 years ago has been unearthed. The small business was found during an ongoing excavation at Ipplepen by...
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  • wdtprs.com | 6/3/2019 | View all posts by Fr. John Zuhlsdorf →
    This is so amazingly cool that I have to share it. A friend alerted me to this story. I would very much like to see this exhibit at the Ashmolean. Perhaps Fr. H might take it in and discuss it with...
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  • Live Science | 7/31/2019 | Staff
    The tradition of buying cheap, joke souvenirs for your loved ones while traveling dates back at least two millennia. During an archaeological excavation at a Roman-era site in London, researchers...
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  • www.archaeology.org | 7/22/2019 | Staff
    (National Trust Images, Rod Kirkpatrick)GLOUCESTERSHIRE, ENGLAND—According to a report in The Guardian, a patterned green glass fragment unearthed at the site of Chedworth Roman Villa in southwest...
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  • phys.org | 7/15/2019 | Staff
    Researchers successfully reconstructed anthropic influences on sedimentation, including dredging and canal gates use, in the ancient harbour of Portus—a complex of harbour basins and canals that...
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  • phys.org | 8/14/2017 | Staff
    Romans are depicted as slashing and burning their way across countries in order to secure their empire. But a University of Michigan archeologist suggests that the Romans may have trapped more flies...
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