Chameleon Cup or Poison-Detector?
- â€”from the Lycurgus Cup. Murock Hussein, Angela // dig into history;Oct2015, Vol. 17 Issue 8, p28
The article takes a look at this history and meaning of the Lycurgus Cup.
- Cracked Coffee Pots and Spotty Moths. Evan-Hart, Julian // Treasure Hunting;Apr2012, p27
A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experience of searching and detecting Roman artifacts in Hertfordshire, England in June 2011.
- A temple through time. Fulford, Eric // Calliope;Sep/Oct95, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p38
Focuses on the Temple of Antoninus Pius and Faustina in Rome, Italy. Temple as built around A.D. 141; Temple as a church dedicated to the Christian Saint Lawrence; Damaging of the temple by invading Normans.
- Seen and Unseen. LOBELL, JARRETT A. // Archaeology;Nov/Dec2013, Vol. 66 Issue 6, p34
The article looks at how researchers are using a fourth century Roman glass cup that alternatively appears opaque and translucent, known as the Lycurgus Cup, to create a sensor that allows previously invisible substances such as protein or DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) strands visible. Information...
- Treasures of I Fucoli. Rastrelli, Anna // Archaeology;Jan/Feb99, Vol. 52 Issue 1, p42
Provides information on I Fucoli, an Etruscan temple structure found in the Archaeological Museum of Chianciano Terme, north of Rome. Example of the sculptures; Origin of the I Fucoli sculptures.
- Horace's Healing Spring. Soren, David; Romer, Frank // Archaeology;Jan/Feb99, Vol. 52 Issue 1, p47
Focuses on the ancient spa pools discovered by archaeologists at the Chianciano Terme in Rome, Italy, which was believed to be the healing spring of Roman poet Horace and Augustus. Description of the spa; Results of the analysis conducted on the water; Popularity of the spa.
- News From The English Countryside. Moncaster, Denise // Treasure Hunting;Apr2012, p19
A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experience of searching and unearthing several Roman artifacts in the English countryside.
- Roman archaeology: crisis and revolution. James, Simon // Antiquity;Mar2003, Vol. 77 Issue 295, p178
Focuses on the Roman archaeological research in Great Britain. Factors that make Roman archeology a prime field for the study of archaeologies of identity; Advantages of Roman archaeology in principle; Reason that many find Roman archaeology uninteresting.
- Abridged. Zackowitz, Margaret G. // National Geographic;Nov2009, Vol. 216 Issue 5, p146
A caption to a photograph of an ancient Roman bridge taken in the 1920s near Mosul, Iraq is presented.