Tagged: Roman Artifacts


    Europe has had one of the longest, most complex and interesting histories since the dawn of time; exchanging hands from one ruler/emperor/king/tyrant to another before settling into the European Union we know today. During 260 A.D., a new emperor was setting out to make a name for himself; upon doing so, Lucius Domitius Aurelianus… Read more »

Ancient Roman Treasure Found on Irish Beach

It’s officially beach season. So get your swim trunks, towel, sunblock, and… metal detector? Well, the metal detector may not be absolutely necessary, but it’s not a bad idea if you want to find some buried treasure. Irish retiree Brian Murray brought along his metal detector on his trip to the beach, and it paid… Read more »

Incredible Ancient Coin Artifacts Discovered in England

A brooch, a comb and some tweezers don’t seem like they are particularly interesting items. In fact, they can probably be found in many women’s bathrooms today. But archeologists found some of those items that were anything but ordinary on a recent dig. In what was once a Roman villa in Leicester, England, archeologists dug… Read more »