Brilliant 3D animations showcase the internal layout of the ancient Roman domus (house), from the atrium to the peristylium.

The villa urbana was where you luxuriated or retreated for a holiday from the bustle of life in Rome, or stopped off for a night on a journey.

━╋━╲╱╲╱━╋ Runes, Ravens and Yggdrasil Wood Plaque with Viking knotwork source: Etsy

Byzantine Draconarius, 6th Century 75mm Painted by Alex Marios Aggelakis

Byzantine Draconarius, Century Painted by Alex Marios Aggelakis - Military Models Club

The Greek Archaic Period (c.800-479 BCE) began in uncertainty and ended with the Pesians being exiled from Greece for good, following the battles of Plataea and Mykale in 479 BCE. During the Archaic Period there were vast changes in Greek language, society, art, architecture, and politics. These changes occurred due to the growing population of Greece and the increasing amount of trade carried out. (Info by James Lloyd) -- Ancient History Encyclopedia

Greek Archaic Period

The Greek Archaic Period (c. 479 BCE) started from what can only be termed uncertainty, and ended with the Persians being ejected from Greece for.

Centurione, Legio XII

The Atlantis Project by Jake Parrick The Principles of a Western Nation the Marriage of Rationalism and Capitalism a Roman Centurion

El comercio en la Grecia antigua. Entrada "La economía en la Grecia antigua" (8-05-2014), en el blog "Individuo-Sociedad-Cultura-Espacio".

El comercio en la Grecia antigua. Entrada "La economía en la Grecia antigua" (8-05-2014), en el blog "Individuo-Sociedad-Cultura-Espacio".

Roman ships had no rudder. The rudder was a medieval invention. Before that, all the ships were steered with two oars dragging at the back of the ship—one on the starboard and the other on the port…

Roman Ships

By 264 BC, the rapidly growing Roman Republic controlled most of Italy. The Romans started to look further afield, and fought Carthage, a rival city on the.