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HISTORIA DEL HABITAT: Roma: El Mito Fundacional

HISTORIA DEL HABITAT: Roma: El Mito Fundacional

~Tiberius, the adopted son of Roman Emperor Augustus, never aspired to follow in his stepfather’s footsteps -- that path was chosen by his domineering mother, Livia. His 23 year reign as emperor (14 CE to 37 CE) would see him estranged from his controlling mother and living in self-imposed exile from the duties of running an empire~

~Tiberius, the adopted son of Roman Emperor Augustus, never aspired to follow in his stepfather’s footsteps -- that path was chosen by his domineering mother, Livia. His 23 year reign as emperor (14 CE to 37 CE) would see him estranged from his controlling mother and living in self-imposed exile from the duties of running an empire~

Via romana,Tarragona Catalunya

Via romana,Tarragona Catalunya

history resources

history resources

Muerte de Publio Cornelio #Escipión ,padre del mítico, Escipión el Africano 211 a.c./ 2da Guerra Púnica.  La imagen recoge el momento en que Escipión,es herido mortalmente por un jinete  númida, al servicio de Cartago.

Muerte de Publio Cornelio #Escipión ,padre del mítico, Escipión el Africano 211 a.c./ 2da Guerra Púnica. La imagen recoge el momento en que Escipión,es herido mortalmente por un jinete númida, al servicio de Cartago.

Las legiones perdidas de Roma - Documental

Las legiones perdidas de Roma - Documental

Calderas antiguas de Pompeya, la ciudad romana parcialmente enterrado, cerca de Nápoles, en el sur de Italia.

Old boiler: The world's first central heating system on display as 2000-year-old Pompeii villa gives rare insight into Roman life

Calderas antiguas de Pompeya, la ciudad romana parcialmente enterrado, cerca de Nápoles, en el sur de Italia.

Portrait head of Emperor Constantine I, ca. 324–337; Constantinian; Late Antique period  Roman  Marble

Portrait head of Emperor Constantine I, ca. 324–337; Constantinian; Late Antique period Roman Marble

Portrait head of the Roman Emperor Constantine I - In 330 A.D., the first Christian ruler of the Roman empire, Constantine the Great (r. 306–337), transferred the ancient imperial capital from Rome to the city of 'Byzantion' located on the easternmost territory of the European continent, at a major intersection of east-west trade. The emperor renamed this ancient port city Constantinople.

Portrait head of the Roman Emperor Constantine I - In 330 A.D., the first Christian ruler of the Roman empire, Constantine the Great (r. 306–337), transferred the ancient imperial capital from Rome to the city of 'Byzantion' located on the easternmost territory of the European continent, at a major intersection of east-west trade. The emperor renamed this ancient port city Constantinople.