Maya concrete utilized in the construction of the “Temple of the Columns”(Structure 1C1) at the Puuc site of Kabah, in Yucatan, Mexico. 600-1000 AD [4320×3240] [OC]

Maya concrete utilized in the construction of the “Temple of the Columns”(Structure 1C1) at the Puuc site of Kabah, in Yucatan, Mexico. 600-1000 AD [4320×3240] [OC]

The Governor’s Palace at Uxmal, Yucatan, Mexico. A palace built by the Maya around 900-1000 AD. It is one of the greatest examples of Puuc Architecture [4608×3456] [OC]

The Governor’s Palace at Uxmal, Yucatan, Mexico. A palace built by the Maya around 900-1000 AD. It is one of the greatest examples of Puuc Architecture [4608×3456] [OC]

Rings from the Thetford Hoard, a hoard of Romano-British metalwork from the mid-to-late 4th century AD found near Thetford in Norfolk, England. [2915 × 2002]

Rings from the Thetford Hoard, a hoard of Romano-British metalwork from the mid-to-late 4th century AD found near Thetford in Norfolk, England. [2915 × 2002]

Incredible 86m² Roman mosaic from the city of Lugdunum (Lyon), made of approximately 1 million pieces of marble and limestone. It is notable for its use of the ancient Indo-European swastika, symbolising eternal life and good luck. 3rd century AD [4032 x 2268]

Incredible 86m² Roman mosaic from the city of Lugdunum (Lyon), made of approximately 1 million pieces of marble and limestone. It is notable for its use of the ancient Indo-European swastika, symbolising eternal life and good luck. 3rd century AD… Continue Reading

Ancient food place: Thermopolium of Asellina with food serving counter, Pompeii, 1st century A.D., Italy, more info and pics in comments. [960 x 860]

Ancient food place: Thermopolium of Asellina with food serving counter, Pompeii, 1st century A.D., Italy, more info and pics in comments. [960 x 860]