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Military sites

Alesia - Institut Vitruve (France)
The official escavations and reserach site about the greatest battle in the Gauls war. (In french).

Alesia - Archeodrome (France)
The reconstruction of a part of the trench siege. Alt Site

Carlisle (Great Britain)
The official city web site.

Dura Europos (Syria)

Hadrian's Wall (Great Britain)
Pictures

Hadrian's Wall (Great Britain)
The official site about the roman "Great Wall".

Hadrian's Wall Path National Trail (Great Britain)
The official site of the new National Trail.

Hadrian's Wall - Vindolanda (Great Britain)
The official escavations web site. Also shop online and virtual visit to the roman Army Museum.

Hadrian's Wall - Geocodes
A huge work of satellite-GPS points of interest by Mike Bishop.

Kalkriese (Germany)
The official escavations site where is supposed the Varus battle took place. (In German). (alt site)

Saalburg Fort (Germany)
The fort reconstructed over the original foundations.

Reconstruction of the Defenders of Chester (Great Britain)
A big project to rebuild the defender wall around Chester.

Trimontium (Great Britain)
The scottish roman fort today called Newstead.

Waldgirmes (Germany)
Military Camp.

 

Cities, towns and villages

Augusta Taurinorum (Turin - Italy)
Pictures
Comacchio (Italy)
Pictures
Glanum and Les Antiques (France)
Pictures
Nimes and Pont Du Gard (France)
Pictures

Paris (France)
Official web site of the Roman Paris.

Pompeii (Italy)
Pictures and information
Ephesus (Turkey)
Pictures and information

Genainville (France)

Herculaneum (Italy)
Official excavations web site.

Jerash (Jordan)
The official web site of the archeological site recently animated by a new reenacters group.

Leptis Magna (Libya)
Pictures

Official Excavation web site (1997)
Pietrabbondante (Italy)
Pictures
Sabrata (Libya)
Pictures
Saepinum (Italy)
Pictures and information
Theodorias (Qasr Libya, Libya)
Pictures
Tripoli (Libya)
Pictures
Verona (Italy)
Pictures and information

Volubilis (Maroc)
Unofficial web site of the UNESCO lost roman city.

 

Villas

Villa Index (in french)

Villa Adriana (Italy)
The official web site about the huge villa built by the Emperor Hadrian, starting from 117 A.D., it is the most extensive ancient roman villa.

Villa Borg (Germany)

Villa Del Casale (Italy)
Official web site of the villa which is included in the UNESCO list.
Some other pictures and information can be found in the unofficial web sites
here, here, and here.

Villa De Loupian (France)

Villa De Séviac (France)

Villa del Vergigno di Montelupo (Italy)
Pictures and information

 

Ships

Navis I a database of ancient ships
The best resource on the web for ship findings and reconstructions.

San Rossore ships (San Rossore, Pisa - Italy)
One of the most important discoveries of ever. One entire port with many roman ships in very good conditions were found in december 1998 during the escavations for the railway station. For the first time a militar ship found.

Valle Ponti Roman ship (Comacchio - Italy)
A great discovery made on 1996 on the Adriatic Sea coast near to Venice. In italian.

 

Other Sites

Berenike Spice Route Port (Egypt)
Official excavation web site.

Bessa Roman Gold Mine (Italy) Platinum Award 2004
Very interesting site on this important gold mine.

Las Medulas Roman Gold Mine (Spain)
The official web site about this UNESCO roman gold mine. In spanish.

Tropheé Des Alpes (France)
Pictures

Via Egnatia (Albania, Macedonia, Greece, Turkey) Gold Award
Site devoted to the Egnatian Way (via Egnatia) the ancient roman road through the Balkans (Albania, Fyrom, Greece and Turkey) with abstracts and photos from the book of Michele Fasolo: La via Egnatia.

 

Miscellaneus images

Theatres in the Mediterranean Sea
A small site with good coverage of all the greek-roman theatres in the Mediterranean Sea (in italian).

 

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