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They find the Roman amphitheater in the city of Ammaia

They find the Roman amphitheater in the city of Ammaia

For the second consecutive year, the international collaboration project between the Foundation for Roman Studies-National Museum of Roman Art of Mérida, the City of Ammaia Foundation, and the University of Lisbon, and the support of the Municipality of Marvao. “Lusitania: Research and Archaeological Project in the Roman city of Ammaia ”is an International Project financed by the Ministry of Culture and Sports through the grants summoned in competitive competition for Archaeological Projects abroad by the Cultural Institute of Spain (IPCE).

The Spanish conquerors used indigenous technology to build their weapons

The Spanish conquerors used indigenous technology to build their weapons

New research at the Mexican archaeological site of El Manchón has revealed that Spanish conquerors used indigenous technology to build their weapons. The results were recently published in the University of Cambridge's Latin American Antiquity magazine. Colonial historical sources show that the The Spanish had no experience in smelting copper and this led them to negotiate with indigenous specialists to acquire it.

Synopsis of ‘Great medieval manuscripts’, by Christopher de Hamel

Synopsis of ‘Great medieval manuscripts’, by Christopher de Hamel

Christopher de Hamel, one of the leading experts in illuminated manuscripts and emeritus librarian of the prestigious Parker Library of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, collects in 'Great medieval manuscripts' a sample of the most important and beautiful texts of the European continent. Each of the chosen books, De Hamel introduces us to kings, queens, saints, scribes, artists, librarians, thieves and collectors and invites us to accompany him on a fascinating journey through religion, art, literature, music, and culture. science and history.

Oldest case of facial mutilation as punishment in Anglo-Saxon England documented

Oldest case of facial mutilation as punishment in Anglo-Saxon England documented

An analysis of the skull, found in southern England in the 1960s, showed that the young woman was between 15 and 18 years old at the time of her death, a recent archaeological study led by University College London (UK) has shed light on on the roots of the brutal punishments used against criminals in early medieval England.

The composition of the mosaics of a house in Pompeii unveiled

The composition of the mosaics of a house in Pompeii unveiled

Mosaics are one of the most important decorative elements of Roman culture. They were built with small pieces called tesserae. Sometimes these pieces were made of marble or another type of colored stone, which was cut into fine cubes. In others, they were manufactured with a calcium carbonate base and then covered with a pictorial layer.