A reconstructed Roman Villa Rustica from the 1st to the 3rd century A.D. Description of the site, walking tour and panoramic views.
Dr Hafed Walda reports on the latest excavations of this amazingly preserved Roman city on the North African coast, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
The French Ministry of Culture provides a virtual visit to the Roman city: model, plans, photographs and description. Also a guide, bibliography and visitor information.
Southampton University investigates the context of the Roman towns sites of southern Spain, taking the known sites of Seville Province, Andalucia, as a case study.
A virtual walk through this important Roman city that was situated about 40km east of Vienna, Austria. Available in German, English and Latin.
The Kelsey Museum of Archaeology describes the discoveries of the excavation by the University of Michigan 1924-1935 of this village inhabited from the 3rd century BC to the 5th century AD.
Popular Science reports that archaeologists have unearthed at Berenike on the Red Sea the most extensive remains to date from sea trade between India and Egypt during the Roman Empire.
Describes the excavation of the castellum at Valkenburg (Praetoria Agrippinae) in Holland, with many detailed pictures, distribution maps, and searchable databases.
From the Telegraph, dazzling Roman mosaics have been discovered by archaeologists on the site of an ancient villa in Sicily.
Devoted to the ancient roman road through the Balkans via Egnatia and to the ancient landscape of Albania, Macedonia and Greece. (English, Italian, Macedonian and German)