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2,000-year-old Roman discovery in Croatia offers major new insight into era
The chariot, thought to be around 2,000 years old, was discovered with the near perfect fossilized remains on the horses that would have pulled it. The discovery offered a glimpse into the world of the wealthy from ancient times and the lavish ways in which they buried their belongings.
New finds beef up case for redrawing map of Roman Empire
The remains of a high-quality Romano-British butcher’s business and center for crafts have been unearthed by archeologists in Devon, southwest England.
Highway threatens ancient Roman site in Bulgaria
A new highway that will connect Sofia in Bulgaria with Thessaloniki in Greece poses a threat to the ruins of an ancient city, possibly part of the Roman settlement of Skaptopara.
Treasure hunters find trove of Roman coins in England
A trio of treasure hunters armed with a metal detector discovered a trove of silver Roman coins dating back nearly 2,000 years in northern England — and the find may be evidence of a large Roman outpost waiting to be unearthed.
Rare Roman cavalry swords and toys unearthed along Hadrian’s wall
Researchers found a collection of rare artifacts at Vindolanda, in northern England, a Roman cavalry fort along Hadrian’s wall in Northumberland, England, reports the BBC. Among the artifacts are two rare cavalry swords and two wooden toy swords, similar to those still made today.
Pope dismisses priest convicted of stealing $300K
Pope Francis has dismissed a Roman Catholic priest from New Hampshire who was convicted of stealing $300,000 from a hospital, a bishop and a deceased priest's estate.
Tiny, mussel-invading crab named after Roman god
Every once in a while, oyster-eaters, clam-eaters and consumers of other bivalves may happen upon a tiny, nearly transparent crab.
Ancient Roman coins found under ruins of Japanese castle
Since excavation on the site began in 2013, researchers have also found a further six coins which may be dated back to the Ottoman Empire in the late 17th century.
How Alexander of Macedonia changed art world forever
A major new Met exhibit shows the breadth and richness of Hellenistic art. The Hellenistic period inspired awe in works both big and small. That feeling of constant wonder can be found at a massive new exhibition five years in the making at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Modern European summers warmest since Roman times
Europe has almost certainly experienced warmer summers in the last three decades than at any other time since the Roman empire, according to a study published on Friday in the Environmental Research Letters journal.

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