At a remote archaeological site on the Greek island of Crete, archaeologists found an old Roman odeon. Romans and their visitors most likely attended a variety of events in the odeon, including lectures, musical competitions, city council sessions, and theatrical performances.
The biggest archaeological find since the start of the nation’s conflict 11 years ago, according to Syria, was a sizable, undamaged mosaic from the Roman Empire.
Archaeologists continue to uncover countless evidence of Roman legions’ presence on the Crimean Peninsula.
The ancient city of Hierapolis was constructed in the 2nd century BC by Eumenes II, one of Pergamon’s monarchs, according to its name. It is thought to have been named after Hiera, Queen of the Amazons and wife of Pergamon’s hero Telephos.