Hidden Secrets of Pompeii

New digs in - and beneath - Pompeii reveal secrets of life and death here

Rome's Sunken Secrets

Archaeologists find traces of a sea-battle that transformed Ancient Rome

Secrets of the Colosseum

Archaeologists reveal how the Colosseum came to symbolise the might of Rome

Nero's Lost Palace

Archaeologists investigate the fate of Nero and his buried Golden Palace

Secrets of Rome's Great Wall

Experts reveal the chilling secrets of life and death on Hadrian’s Wall

Pompeii's Lost Twin: Herculaneum

Experts investigate the grisly skeletons and dark secrets of Herculaneum

Secrets of Rome's Great Wall

Hadrian’s Wall is the biggest structure the Romans ever built.  Stretching 73 miles across Britain, it once defined the northern edge of the greatest empire the world had seen. Now experts investigate the Wall, its forts, gatehouses and garrison towns, to reveal how civilisation and culture grew on Rome’s wild frontier. Their surprising discoveries show what life – and death - were like on the dynamic and ever-changing edge of empire.

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