A blog presenting roman acheology news.
Online atlas of Roman pottery in Britain and western Europe, listing the wares by class or source, from Paul Tyers, author of Roman Pottery in Britain.
An online display of ancient Roman surgical instruments excavated from the House of the Surgeon at Pompeii.
Studies Rome and the Roman Empire and has members from 30 countries. Publishes the annual 'Journal of Roman Studies' and 'Britannia' and two series of monographs (abstracts online). Activities, lectures, grants.
An index of Banassac Samian ware by Allard Mees, with bibliographies and links on Samian, Roman brick, amphoras, Corinth ceramics, Megarian bowls and terracottas.
Sally Pointer explores Roman makeup through experimental archaeology. Reconstructions of early cosmetics, perfumes and implements used to transform a modern woman into a Roman fashion victim.
Robert Daniels-Dwyer provides a bibliography and links on the archaeology of buildings in the Roman Empire, particularly Roman Italy and North Africa.
Romans would go to any lengths to keep the empire's subversive elements out of the way, even cutting 30-meter granite columns on a mountain, reports Jenny Jobbins in Al-Ahram Weekly.
History, geography and tourist information. Includes photographs of archaeological sites.
Bill Thayer's extensive collection of materials on ancient Rome. Includes a gazetteer of sites in the Roman Empire with annotated photographs of Roman monuments, classical texts and 19th-century archaeological and topographical works.