type of house Roman Britain agricultural workers lived in - period of 1st century AD
House of the Tragic Poet - courtyard The House of the Tragic Poet (also called The Homeric House or The Iliadic House) is a typical 2nd century BC Roman house in Pompeii, Italy. The house, or villa, is famous for its elaborate mosaic floors and frescoes depicting scenes from Greek mythology.
Epona was the a Romano-Celtic goddess of horses. Epona was known throughout Continental Europe, particularly worshipped by the Gauls in France and Italy. Her cult would later spread to Britannia (Britain). The Roman adopted the Gallic goddess as the patron-goddess of cavalrymen, and was the only Celtic deity to be worshipped in Rome; annual festival in Epona's honour on December 18. She can be found in arts in both Celtic and Roman world. Epona was also called Bubona. I
Ancient roman latrine with animal mosaics. Villa Romana del Casale - a site which contains the richest, largest and most complex collection of Roman mosaics in the world. Sicily, 4th century, CE
This 102-foot-long Roman barge from the first century A.D. was lifted in 2011 from the Rhône River in Arles, France. It was virtually intact after two millennia in the mud.
Shears Period: Roman Period Date: A.D. 2nd century perhaps Geography: Country of Origin Turkey, Anatolia; Possibly from Trabzon
Fibula, 2 ° secolo, tardo romano, provincia romana, eseguito in Pannonia in argento, oro e quattro corniole.
A ROMAN MARBLED GLASS BOTTLE CIRCA 1ST CENTURY A.D. Amber in color with swirls of white, free-blown, the squat biconical body with a tall cylindrical neck and outsplayed rim, on a concave base 3 in. (7.6 cm.) high