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ancient lives john romer | John Romer - Ancient Lives; The Story of the Pharaohs' Tombmakers

ancient lives john romer | John Romer - Ancient Lives; The Story of the Pharaohs' Tombmakers

ruins of the library in Ephesus, the rivaled the Egyptian library of Alexandria.  The apostle Paul preached in this city.  © Doug Nelson

ruins of the library in Ephesus, the rivaled the Egyptian library of Alexandria. The apostle Paul preached in this city. © Doug Nelson

Ancient Road in #Pompeii, #Campagne, #Southern Italy, South-Central Europe .......awe-inspiring place to visit

Ancient Road in #Pompeii, #Campagne, #Southern Italy, South-Central Europe .......awe-inspiring place to visit

A facial reconstruction of a man who was killed during the Vesuvian eruption at Pompeii in AD 79.

A facial reconstruction of a man who was killed during the Vesuvian eruption at Pompeii in AD 79.

In November 2011, when Chris Birks Archaeology excavated a trial trench in Great Ellingham, Norfolk, on the site of a future housing development, little did they know that they were about to uncover one of the biggest Romano-British burial sites in the region.

In November 2011, when Chris Birks Archaeology excavated a trial trench in Great Ellingham, Norfolk, on the site of a future housing development, little did they know that they were about to uncover one of the biggest Romano-British burial sites in the region.

A ROMAN MARBLED GLASS BOTTLE   circa early-mid 1st century a.d.   Free-blown from cane sections of assembled amber, purple and white forming a marbled pattern, the piriform body with a tall cylindrical neck and faring rim  2.5/8 in. (6.7 cm) high

A ROMAN MARBLED GLASS BOTTLE circa early-mid 1st century a.d. Free-blown from cane sections of assembled amber, purple and white forming a marbled pattern, the piriform body with a tall cylindrical neck and faring rim 2.5/8 in. (6.7 cm) high

Celtic Heartland The earliest archaeological culture that may justifiably be considered as Proto-Celtic is the Late Bronze Age Urnfield culture of central Europe from the last quarter of the second millennium BC.

Celtic Heartland The earliest archaeological culture that may justifiably be considered as Proto-Celtic is the Late Bronze Age Urnfield culture of central Europe from the last quarter of the second millennium BC.

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