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|Fort on Hadrian's Wall. The structure near the river is a bathhouse.||09/06/2007||340|
|The most famous fort on Hadrian's Wall.||09/06/2007||536|
|Ardotalia (also known as Melandra, or Melandra Castle) is a Roman fort in Gamesley, near Glossop in Derbyshire, England.|
Ardotalia was constructed by Cohors Primae Frisiavonum—The First Cohort of Frisiavones. Evidence for the existence of this unit exists not only from the building stone found at the site but also from various diplomas and other Roman writings. This unit would ha...
|Arbeia is the remains of a large Roman fort in South Shields, Tyne & Wear, which has been partially reconstructed. It was first excavated in the 1870s and all modern building on the site were cleared in the 1970s. It is now managed by Tyne & Wear Museums.|
The fort stands on the Lawe Top, overlooking the River Tyne. Founded around 120, it later became the mari...
|Galava (or Ambleside Roman Fort) was a 1st/2nd century fort in the Roman province of Britannia. Its ruins are located on the northern edge of Lake Windermere at Waterhead, near Ambleside, in the English county of Cumbria (formerly in Westmorland). It guarded the Roman road from Brocavum (Brougham) to Glannoventa (Ravenglass).|
The fort was described in Roman Britain in 1914, by F....
|During the Viking Age, Birka on the island of Björkö (literally: "Birch Island") in Sweden, was an important trading center which handled goods from Scandinavia as well as Central and Eastern Europe and the Orient. Björkö is located in the Lake Mälaren, 30 kilometers West of Stockholm, in the municipality of Ekerö. The archaeological sites of Birka and Hovgården, on the neighbouring island of A...||06/08/2007||984|
|These are the remains of the Viking sttlement with the famous church ruin from the year 1300.|
The Vikings came here around 950 and the village was abandonned around 1408.
|The Guimar Pyramids were once thought to of been build by local farmers until in 1991 when the famous Norwegian Thor Heyerdahl visited the Island to study these. Thor came to the conclusion that the pyramids were almost identical to pyramids in Peru and Mexico. |
|In the 3rd century this castle was built to protect the "wet limes" (River Rhine), the borderline between the Roman Empire and the German tribes. This fortress is 154 m wide and twice as long with 8 m high walls preotected by 28 towers.|
This castle is the best maintained Roman castle north of the Alps.
|About 400 kilometers (250 miles) north of Lima, Peru, lies an enigmatic, 2,300-year-old ruin named Chankillo. Archaeologists have nicknamed the ruin’s central complex the “Norelco ruin” based on its resemblance to a modern electric shaver. The building’s true purpose long eluded them. Its thick walls and hilltop location suggested it was a fort, but why, researchers wondered, would anybody buil...||04/23/2007||859|
|The biggest and perhaps most significant archaeological site in the UAE. You'll see the remains of stone walls, a souq, houses and what is thought to have been a governor's palace. Objects found on the site, such as pottery and coins, are on display at Dubai Museum and the Heritage Village.||04/19/2007||705|
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|Built circa 24 BCE by Herod the Great, the Herodium was a fortress-palace just outside Jerusalem. It was conquered and destroyed by the Romans in 71 CE.||03/21/2007||1,621|
|Silbury Hill is a man-made chalk mound near Avebury in the English county of Wiltshire. It is part of the Stonehenge, Avebury and Associated Sites UNESCO World Heritage Site, and lies at grid reference SU100685.
At 40 metres (130 ft) high, Silbury Hill – which is part of the complex of Neolithic monuments around Avebury, which includes the Avebury Ring and West Kennet Long Barrow – is the...
|It was near this site in 1996 that a underground tomb that contained about 150 mummies all clad in gold from their head to their chest They were called the golden mummies. The actual excavation didn't start until 1999 because of money constraints but it is believed that there may be thousands of these mummies burried in this cemetary and the excavation could take as long as 50 years. I have bee...||03/17/2007||454|
|The two runic stones outside Jelling church was created around the year 955 and 965. On the front of the big stone from around 965 it shows the cruzified Christ with a viking dragon artwork around it.|
The stone was raised by the danish King Harold Bluetooth and has a script in that times nordic language that says:
HARALTR KUNUKR BATH KAURUA KUBL THAUSI AFT KURM FATHUR SIN ...
|This fort south of Aars was build during Bronze-age around 1700 BC and was in use until 125 BC at the older iron age, the so called preroman ironage. |
During the iron age it was a regular settlement.
|Locations of the fortesses of Aggersborg, Fyrkat, Nonnebakken, Eskeholm and Trelleborg in Denmark, and Borgeby and Trelleborg in Sweden.|
The ringfortresses were all build in the years 980 to 981 during the danish King Harald Bluetooth.
Today they are still a mystery what the exact purpose was.
On the hack of both Trelleborgs can be seen a photo how they look...
|The Tower of the Winds, also called horologion (timepiece), is an octagonal Pentelic marble tower on the Roman agora in Athens. It was supposedly built by Andronicus of Cyrrhus around 50 BC, but according to other sources might have been constructed in the 2nd century BC before the rest of the forum.|
The 12 m tall structure has a diameter of about 8 m and was topped in antiquity by a wea...
|Roman Amphitheatre remains within Chester, England, UK. ||02/05/2007||338|
|Remains left by the Romans near the Roman Wall around Chester. ||02/01/2007||342|
|A village of small houses that may have sheltered the builders of the mysterious Stonehenge — or people attending festivals there — has been found by archaeologists studying the stone circle in England.|
Eight of the houses, with central hearths, have been excavated, and there may be as many as 25 of them, Mike Parker Pearson said Tuesday at a briefing organized by the National Ge...
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One shows the Appian Way and the Traian Appian Way;
Other shows the roman ways from Rome;
The last shows the downtown Rome at Roman Empire age, with the Roman Forum, where the Appian Way starts.
|Golden House was a large palace built by the Roman emperor Nero after the fire that devastated Rome in 64 AD had cleared the aristocratic dwellings on the slopes of the Esquiline Hill.||11/23/2006||347|
|Originally from Heliopolis. Brought to Rome by Augustus in 10 BC with the Flaminio obelisk to form the gnomon of a sundial on the Campus Martius. Found in 16th century but reburied. Rediscovered and erected by Pope Pius VI in front of the Palazzo Montecitorio in 1792.||11/18/2006||285|