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Joseph W

January 2011

 very cool , Joseph W - January 2011

amphitheatre

very cool

Joseph W

January 2011

 1 hour ride from rome , Joseph W - January 2011

Train station at Ostea Antica

1 hour ride from rome

Joseph W

January 2011

 Nike statue. There were several statues and old marble pillars everywhere. , Joseph W - January 2011

Nike

Nike statue. There were several statues and old marble pillars everywhere.

Joseph W

January 2011

 Ostea Antica. Beautiful country-side. , Joseph W - January 2011

Landscape

Ostea Antica. Beautiful country-side.

Jeff C USA

April 2009

View from the top of the amphitheater., Jeff C - April 2009

Ostia Antica Amphitheater

View from the top of the amphitheater.

Gail A USA

March 2009

This was the gate that marked the official entry into the ancient city, though not the ruins. Outside of the gate there is a necropolis as was the custom in those times., Gail A - March 2009

Ostia City Gate

This was the gate that marked the official entry into the ancient city, though not the ruins. Outside of the gate there is a necropolis as was the custom in those times.

Gail A USA

March 2009

This was the theater where plays were produced in ancient times., Gail A - March 2009

Ostia Theater

This was the theater where plays were produced in ancient times.

Gail A USA

March 2009

These ancient stone masks represent the kinds of masks that actors would have worn while staging plays., Gail A - March 2009

Ostia Theater Masks

These ancient stone masks represent the kinds of masks that actors would have worn while staging plays.

Gail A USA

March 2009

This was one of many beautiful mosaics in the Forum of the Corporations. The mosaics tell what kind of business office it was. This office would presumably have to do with the fish market., Gail A - March 2009

Ostia Mosaic

This was one of many beautiful mosaics in the Forum of the Corporations. The mosaics tell what kind of business office it was. This office would presumably have to do with the fish market.

Gail A USA

March 2009

This is the bakery and the stones where flour mills that would have been turned using animals., Gail A - March 2009

Ostia Bakery

This is the bakery and the stones where flour mills that would have been turned using animals.

Gail A USA

March 2009

This is the sign for the bakery., Gail A - March 2009

Ostia Bakery

This is the sign for the bakery.

Gail A USA

March 2009

These apartment buildings were originally up to five stories high. The apartments were the homes of ordinary Romans., Gail A - March 2009

Ostia Insulae

These apartment buildings were originally up to five stories high. The apartments were the homes of ordinary Romans.

Gail A USA

March 2009

This is the shelving and the picture depicting some of the things that one would find in this kind shop were one could get hot, ready-to-eat food and drink. It also included a bar type counter and ... , Gail A - March 2009

Ostia Thermopolium

This is the shelving and the picture depicting some of the things that one would find in this kind shop were one could get hot, ready-to-eat food and drink. It also included a bar type counter and courtyard to eat in that is not pictured.

Gail A USA

March 2009

This is a remnant of original ancient stone flooring., Gail A - March 2009

Ostia Floor

This is a remnant of original ancient stone flooring.

Amy D USA

November 2008

Temple to the God Mithras, a Persian religion also known as Zoroastrianism. It holds many traditions that we adopted by Christianity. Shown are the benches inside of the dark chamber in which the ... , Amy D - November 2008

Mithraean Temple

Temple to the God Mithras, a Persian religion also known as Zoroastrianism. It holds many traditions that we adopted by Christianity. Shown are the benches inside of the dark chamber in which the members would sit at the end of every meeting to eat bread and wine - the body and blood of the mythical bull slaughtered when Zoroastrianism came into existence. At the far wall is a plague dedicated to the bull.
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