The Maison Carrée (“Square House”) in the French city of Nîmes is considered the best preserved temple of the Roman world.
We finish up our chores in Phocis, talk to Herodotus at Thermopylae, and then head over to Athens, the greatest city in Greece.
Thanks to the MET, readers can now experience the ancient site of Palmyra and learn more about its history and modern plight.
Throughout the centuries, the acropolis of Ialysos has been the site of a number of religious buildings. Let’s take a look at these structures.
Continuing our adventure, we explore the island of Cephalonia. Comments on ancient Greek mercenaries, clothing, architecture, and more.
A new exhibition about the Egyptian deities in the National Museum of Antiquities in Leiden is interesting, but workmanlike.
On a cool spring night, an ancient historian found himself face-to-face with the gods whilst strolling Ortygia.
Near Orvieto, in the Italian region of Umbria, there are the remains of an Etruscan necropolis that dates to the sixth century BC. The site is today known as Crocifisso del tufo.
Few institutions from Antiquity are as iconic as the Great Library of Alexandria. However, popular knowledge about the Library often amounts to little more than myth.
The centre of Perugia’s upper town features an ancient Etruscan well that dates back to the third century BC and is open to visitors.