Roman grave in Naissus (present Jagodina in south-eastern Serbia) with found body and ceramics. The grave comes from the 4th century CE and is part of the necropolis in which both Christians and pagans were buried. [960×662]

Roman grave in Naissus (present Jagodina in south-eastern Serbia) with found body and ceramics. The grave comes from the 4th century CE and is part of the necropolis in which both Christians and pagans were buried. [960×662]

Roman frescoe of a peacock from so called “The Cupid tomb”. Object is dated to 4th century CE. It was found at remains of Viminacium, Roman town located near Kostolac, eastern Serbia. [800×533]

Roman frescoe of a peacock from so called “The Cupid tomb”. Object is dated to 4th century CE. It was found at remains of Viminacium, Roman town located near Kostolac, eastern Serbia. [800×533]