Roman emperors

A BIT OF ANXIETY… JUST ON EXHIBIT!

A BIT OF ANXIETY… JUST ON EXHIBIT!

Located in the heart of the City Centre, few steps from Piazza Venezia, the Capitoline Museums have been holding until October 4th 2015 The Age of Anxiety, that is to say the fourth round of ‘’Days of Rome’’, a cycle of exhibitions focused on some particular stages of Roman history. This time,…
JULIUS CAESAR HAS TO DIE (ON MARCH 15th… FOR REAL!)

JULIUS CAESAR HAS TO DIE (ON MARCH 15th… FOR REAL!)

Julius Caesar was killed on March 15th, the so called “Ides of March” in Latin: the event caused a dramatic change in history of the Roman Republic. This Sunday special events are in programme at largo di Torre Argentina, where the murder took place: guided tours both in Italian and…
DIVINE AUGUSTUS… 2000 YEARS AFTER

DIVINE AUGUSTUS… 2000 YEARS AFTER

Two thousands years are in between us and Augustus, Julius Caesar’s great nephew, one of the most charismatic personalities of the Ancient Rome, the first to be named Emperor. The year 2014 precisely marked two millennia after his death (he expired in Nola, not far from Neaples, on 19 August…