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HBO’s “Rome” Props and Costumes listed by VIP Fan Auctions

VIP Fan Auctions have started the Rome auctions this week on Ebay. Lasting two seasons on HBO from 2005-2007 Rome is set in the 1st century BC, during Ancient Rome’s transition from Republic to Empire. The series was very expensive to produce...
by Collectors Hype on Apr 13, 2014

HBO’s “Rome” Props and Costumes listed by VIP Fan Auctions

VIP Fan Auctions have started the Rome auctions this week on Ebay. Lasting two seasons on HBO from 2005-2007 Rome is set in the 1st century BC, during Ancient Rome’s transition from Republic to Empire. The series was very expensive to produce...
by Collectors Hype on Apr 13, 2014

Ancient Roman Women in Film

In honor of March being National Women’s History Month, I thought it appropriate to pay respect to those ancient Roman women who have been portrayed (accurately or inaccurately) in film and television. For it is often through television and film th...
by Classics and Ancient History on Mar 30, 2014

5 Facts You Didn't Know About Ancient Fashion: Do you see any simliarities to today's fashion?

1. Not everyone wore togas. Only free-born  men  were allowed to wear togas (as a sign of  citizenship), while women wore stolas. Prostitutes and adulterers wore togas, because they were not allowed to wear stolas and this male ga...
by Classics and Ancient History on Oct 16, 2013

Top Ten Ancient Roman Graffiti Inscriptions

Gates in a peace line in West Belfast, marking the boundary between segregated communities in Northern Ireland. Wikicommons. In modern times, paint, particularly spray paint and sharpies are the most commonly used for graffiti...
by Classics and Ancient History on Sep 23, 2013


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