Tag: medicine in the ancient world

New Discoveries Unveiled at Caesarea Maritima

05/04 | Each year, visitors come to the coastal site of Caesarea Maritima in Caesarea National Park to marvel at the ancient ruins still preserved there. It was announced recently that Caesarea   Read more…

Posted in Biblical Archaeology Sites, News.

Classical Corner: The Antonine Plague and the Spread of Christianity

03/13 | In 166 C.E., the Roman Empire was at the zenith of its power. The triumphant Roman legions, under the command of Emperor Lucius Verrus, returned to Rome victorious after having   Read more…

Posted in Daily Life and Practice.

D.C.-Area Archaeology Event

01/23 | On January 29, 2017, Sarah Yeomans, Director of Educational Programs at the Biblical Archaeology Society, will deliver the lecture “Doctors, Diseases and Deities: Epidemic Crises and Medicine in Ancient Rome”   Read more…

Posted in Exhibits/Events, News.


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