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The Arch of Constantine
- Illustrated description of the arch which was erected to celebrate Constantine I's victory at the Milvian Bridge in 312 CE. Includes bibliography and over 60 photographs.
- Archaeology of the National Park of Pollino in Calabria, Italy. Descriptions and photo galleries of Greek, Roman, Enotrian, Byzantine and Longobards sites.
Campanaio, Sicily: A Geophysical Survey 1995
- A geophysical evaluation in southern Sicily by Bournemouth University to identify industrial activity in the Roman rural settlement.
The Capitoline Hill
- Detailed description of the history and monuments of the Capitoline Hill in antiquity, from the Capitoline Museums. Includes maps and photographs.
- Official website of the archaeological site of the Imperial Forums, Rome. Includes maps, a virtual tour, and information on life in ancient Rome.
- Capo Alfiere is the name of a Neolithic site located on a small headland on the eastern coast of Calabria.
Cities and Cemeteries of Etruria
- 1848 volume by George Dennis. The complete work online. 1165 pages, engravings, maps, and plans.
Death of the Iceman
- Provides documentary about Oetzi, the Iceman. Includes transcripts of BBC documentery.
Horace's Villa Project
- Excavations undertaken there from 1997 to 2001. Videos and images.
Horace's Villa Project
- Prof. Bernard Frischer explains his excavations of the villa near Licenza thought to be that of the Roman poet Horace. Reports on each season's work, drawings and a virtual tour.
Model of Rome
- Paul Bigot's zoomable scale model of ancient Rome, at the University of Caen in France, with descriptions of monuments.
Ostia - The Harbour of Ancient Rome
- Provides detailed information for professional archaeologists and historians, for students of Roman archaeology and history, and for interested lay-people. Maintained by the Internet Group Ostia (IGO).
- The harbor of the ancient Rome. Photos, story and links.
Pompeii Forum Project
- An archaeologically based research project that documents the design and decoration of the forum of Pompeii and addresses issues of urban history and design.
- A CD-ROM exploring Pompeii with photographs, virtual reality, maps, and information. Online preview includes the history of the discovery of Pompeii, with biographies of the archaeologists involved.
Roman gold mine of Bessa
- Alberto Vaudagna's description of the archaeology, history and geology of this area in Piedmont, with images and bibliography. Includes a 2nd century BCE gold mine and Protohistoric rock art.
The Roman Villa of Piazza Armerina, Sicily
- An illustrated room-by-room description by René Seindal of the villa with the richest collection of late Roman mosaics. Includes bibliography, plan and more than 200 photographs.
Roman Water-Mills on the Janiculum Hill, Rome
- Andrew Wilson of Oxford University describes the excavation in 1998 of several mill-wheels installed in two mill-races parallel to the main channel of the Aqua Traiana.
Soprintendenza Archeologica di Pompei
- Official site of the excavations of Pompeii, Herculaneum, Boscoreale, Oplontis and Stabia (in English and Italian).
A Study Of The Topography And Municipal History Of Praeneste
- E-text of 1908 book by Ralph Van Deman Magoffin on this member of the Latin League.
Tyrol Museum of Archaeology
- Pictures and background material about Oetzi, the iceman, from the museum where he is exhibited.
Ancient Carved 'Faces' Found
- From BBC, Italian scientist says he has found a carved stone head that is 200,000 years old. (October 11, 2003)
Iceman's Final Meal
- From the BBC, the last two meals eaten by the 5,300-year-old iceman, dubbed Oetzi, have been revealed by scientists. (September 16, 2002)
Horace's Farmhouse Found Beneath Horace's villa Site
- Attempt to answer whether the Roman poet and the satirist Horace live in a modest farmhouse, as he tells us in his writings, or in a 20,000-square-foot villa, which most archaeologists have attributed to him. (January 01, 2002)
A Cache of Vintage Ships
- An illustrated article by Andrew Slaymana in Archaeology on the ancient Roman ships unearthed at Pisa, Italy. (July 01, 1999)
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