Bathing was not only one of the most common daily activities in Roman culture but was a highly communal activity that was raised to the level of high art through extensive ritual.
During the construction of a predecessor to the present Chelsea Bridge, over the River Thames, workers dredging the river bed found a large quantity of Roman and Celtic weapons amongst a significant number of skeletons.
A 4th-century Roman glass cage cup, the Lycurgus cup is truly a unique artifact. Depending on lighting, you'll see something different each time you look at it.
Some of the best-preserved Roman ruins on the Mediterranean, Leptis Magna was founded in the 7th century BC and was always a hot spot for activity and war.
The remains of Amphipolis, an Ancient Greek city that was later a Roman city, is famous for many things including battles between the Spartans and Athenians and as a place for Alexander the Great spent a great deal of time.