Roman Empire

Roman Empire

Period of imperial rome following the roman republic (27 bc–395 ad)

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Chris Ciaccia
July 28, 2020
Fox News
A new study suggests the Mediterranean Sea was the warmest it has been in the past 2,000 years during the Roman Empire.
Jonathan Chadwick
July 24, 2020
Mail Online
The Empire coincided with a 500-year period, from AD 1 to AD 500, that was the warmest period of the last 2,000 years in the almost completely land-locked sea.
Walt Bonner
April 20, 2020
Fox News
Before coronavirus, other deadly pandemics and epidemics ravaged the globe.
By Joe Pinkstone For Mailonline
January 20, 2020
Mail Online
The remains were discovered by construction workers building a school in Somerton, Somerset. Each grave contained a single body and many were buried wearing hobnail boots.
Julia Buckley
December 16, 2019
CTVNews
The wreck of a 33-metre ship, along with its cargo of 6,000 amphorae, was discovered during a sonar-equipped survey of the seabed off the coast of Greece.
Michael Marshall
December 10, 2019
New Scientist
The buried town of Beta Samati in Ethiopia was once part of the Empire of Aksum, which dominated east Africa for centuries and traded with the Roman Empire
Mason Boycott-Owen
December 2, 2019
The Telegraph
A bubonic plague which was thought to have wiped out half of the world's population and helped topple the Roman Empire was far exaggerated by scholars, a new study claims.
By Will Stewart
November 8, 2019
Mail Online
The woman, thought to be the wife, mother or sister of a chieftain or prominent warrior was found burred wearing glass and gold jewellery that would have been priceless to the barbarians in the region
Nick Squires
October 11, 2019
The Telegraph
A spectacular fresco depicting blood-soaked gladiators in combat has been found in the remains of a Pompeii tavern where the hardened fighters of the Roman Empire would have drunk wine and solicited prostitutes.
Brian Handwerk
December 25, 2018
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