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Flavia Gemina's bedroom from the set of CBBC's Roman Mysteries (2008) filmed at Boyana Studios, Bulgaria, Sept 2007.

Flavia Gemina's bedroom from the set of CBBC's Roman Mysteries filmed at Boyana Studios, Bulgaria, Sept

Roman bath w hypocaust heat system

Showing the typical hypocaust system underneath the bath, allowing it to heat up. Slaves are visible (bottom left) keeping the fire going.

Livia’s Garden Room at Palazzo Massimo

Digital reconstruction of the triclinium of the Villa of the Mysteries, Pompeii. Image copyright © 2011 and courtesy of James Stanton-Abbott

roman senate

Roman Republic: Roman Senate - The Roman Senate made the laws and governed the Roman people during the Republic. The Senate was made up of patricians, and those who served would serve for ilfe.

Only intact Roman lamp ever found in UK, after it is restored.  The lamp dates to between the 1st and 3rd centuries A.D. The lantern resembles a modern hurricane lamp and the naked flame would have been protected by a thin sheet of horn — now decomposed — that had been scraped until it was translucent.

Only intact Roman lamp ever found in UK, after it is restored. The lamp dates to I-III century CE. The lantern resembles a modern hurricane lamp and the naked flame would have been protected by a thin sheet of horn — now decomposed — that had been scraped

✯ Goddess Bast Jar - Egyptian✯ (would like to make this from clay or Alabaster)

✯ Goddess Bast Jar - Egyptian✯ Egyptian Canopic Jar featuring Bastet - Bast - and Egyptian Art from 13 Moons

Ancient Roman Baths - Thermae, Baths of - Caracalla, Diocletian, Trajan - Varna

Ancient Roman Baths - Thermae, Baths of - Caracalla, Diocletian, Trajan - Crystalinks

A Roman house looking through the Atrium into the Tablinum and the gardens beyond (either a hortus or peristyle, can't tell which). Illustration by J Williamson

A Roman house looking through the Atrium into the Tablinum and the gardens beyond (either a hortus or peristyle, can't tell which).

scepter with an eagle and the letters SPQR (Senatus Populus Romanus). Icon government of ancient Rome

scepter with an eagle and the letters SPQR (Senatus Populus Romanus). Icon government of ancient Rome

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