Historical (books, tv, movies, research)
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The Last Photos Of Native American Tribes
“No one man alone could preserve such a record in complete form. Others have worked in the past, and are working in the present, to preserve parts of the record; but Mr. Curtis because of the singular combination of qualities with which he has been blest, and because of his extraordinary success in making and using his opportunities, has been able to do what no other man has ever done. What, as far as we can see, no other man could do.” – THEODORE ROOSEVELT, 1906 Forward to The North…
What could be described as Rome's signature structure, the Colosseum still stands as a breathtaking historical site, despite being around 2000 years old. The amphitheater, back in its glory, could hold an estimated number of 50,000 - 80,000 spectators. And people had a good reason to gather within the premises as the Flavian Amphitheater offered such entertainment as gladiatorial contests, mock sea battles, animal hunts, executions, re-enactments of famous battles, and dramas based on…
Podcasts on Ancient Rome: A Guide to the Most Popular
As of March 2019, there were over 700,000 podcasts in the iTunes catalogue, and here we take a look at the best podcasts on Ancient Rome.
Visiting the Palatine Hill in Rome - An American in Rome
The Palatine Hill was once the home of emperors and now has terrace which offers sweeping views of the city. Here's how to visit with your Colosseum ticket.
Baths of Caracalla, Rome: interior of the Tepidarium | Works of Art | RA Collection | Royal Academy of Arts
The Royal Academy of Arts, located in the heart of London, is a place where art is made, exhibited and debated.
20 Images of Ancient Roman History - Vintagetopia
Both level building was located in the middle of what used to be the major city of Rome, and is big enough to hold roughly 150 unique shops