How far did people in ancient times go to enhance the flavor of their food and drinks?
Although this 1,700-year-old villa was excavated and examined in 1856, it still holds unrevealed secrets.
The Rennes Gallo-Roman religious center was built after the Roman conquest of the Gauls in France in the first century BC.
Queen Cleopatra VII was the last Ptolemaic-era ruler in Egypt.
The concrete structures made by the Romans were actually stronger than our modern structures, according to an article in Nature.
In the following lines, ET sheds light on the most important world events that took place on October 13.
According to the American Ohio Journal, the Romans saw that happiness and luck are given by the gods who had temples in Rome.
On May 11, 330, Constantinople was opened as the Capital of the Roman Empire.
On April 12, many important events that changed the world map took place.
The Egyptian mission responsible of the restoration of Kebbash road discovers a number of round ovens for burning mud bricks that bear burning marks, and a huge mud wall.
The Egyptian Museum in Tahrir presents this week a round bottle made of marble and four bronze coins dating back to the Roman era.