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3D Ancient Wonders

3D Ancient Wonders

The ancient Roman city of Narona, now the village of Vid (3km from Metkovic) in Croatia, had a very beautiful temple; the Augusteum, a site of imperial cult named after the imperial title of Augustus.  Narona was part of the Roman province of Dalmatia. The city was established after the Illyrian Wars and was located on the alluvial plains. It was founded as a Hellenistic emporium in the 3rd/2nd century BC.

The ancient Roman city of Narona, now the village of Vid (3km from Metkovic) in Croatia, had a very beautiful temple; the Augusteum, a site of imperial cult named after the imperial title of Augustus. Narona was part of the Roman province of Dalmatia. The city was established after the Illyrian Wars and was located on the alluvial plains. It was founded as a Hellenistic emporium in the 3rd/2nd century BC.

TOPIC SPECIFIC MINI DIGS  EGYPTIAN  PREHISTORY  ROMAN  VIKINGS

TOPIC SPECIFIC MINI DIGS EGYPTIAN PREHISTORY ROMAN VIKINGS

Ágora: Se le conoce así a una plaza pública griega donde se daba el intercambio.

Ágora: Se le conoce así a una plaza pública griega donde se daba el intercambio.

Cut away of a Roman fortress wall.

Cut away of a Roman fortress wall.

Ancient Rome

Ancient Rome

"Princesses Anne and Amelia" (daughters if George II) by Martin Maingaud (1718) in the Royal Collection, UK - From the curators' comments: "Anne stands in Arcadian dress with an arm round a tree-trunk encircled by a vine. Amelia kneels and offers her a flower, dressed in Roman costume and holding the fasces (sticks bound together with an axe) the symbol of Justice and authority."

"Princesses Anne and Amelia" (daughters if George II) by Martin Maingaud (1718) in the Royal Collection, UK - From the curators' comments: "Anne stands in Arcadian dress with an arm round a tree-trunk encircled by a vine. Amelia kneels and offers her a flower, dressed in Roman costume and holding the fasces (sticks bound together with an axe) the symbol of Justice and authority."

A Bronze Figure of a Goddess, possibly the Muse Urania, Roman Imperial, circa 1st/2nd Century A.D.

A Bronze Figure of a Goddess, possibly the Muse Urania, Roman Imperial, circa 1st/2nd Century A.D.

Archaeologist Dr. Zahi Hawass ~ Video How Did King Tut Die?

Archaeologist Dr. Zahi Hawass ~ Video How Did King Tut Die?

Ancient Rome

Ancient Rome

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