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UN SITE DÉDIÉ AUX PORTS DE ROMAIN, DE NAVIRES ET DE COMMERCE D’OUTRE-MER

Roman Ports is a non-profit organisation that seeks to promote ancient Roman ports in two ways: by making them better known and through funding. This site is therefore intended for a broad public: for anyone interested in Roman antiquity, for people reading at home or tourists as they travel about. The site is designed for both schoolchildren and their teachers, while students and researchers will also find what they are looking for, with references to scholarly websites and publications. Apart from the ports of Ostia and Portus in the vicinity of Rome, our focus will be on the various Roman ports bordering the Mediterranean and the Atlantic. We shall be looking not just at the port itself but also at the associated towns and cities: how people lived, how they worked and how they were buried. In brief, the entire organisation that was needed in order to keep a port going.

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Narbonne, porte du monde celtique (Anglais)

Narbonne, porte du monde celtique (Anglais)

Narbonne, gate to the Celtic world, has been frequently described by geographers and historians in ancient times.........

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Le collegium, la guilde romaine (Anglais)

Le collegium, la guilde romaine (Anglais)

Somewhere in the first century AD., when exactly is unknown, these skippers united themselves in a professional association, a collegium..........

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Londinium (Anglais)

Londinium (Anglais)

In their hunger to bring the rest of the world also under their influence for enjoying their "civilization, peace and prosperity ' . ........

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Un port juif pour l’empereur (Anglais)

Un port juif pour l’empereur (Anglais)

On a coastal plain in north-central Israel, between Tel Aviv and Haifa the famous port city Caesarea Maritima was built between 20 and 10 BC. ........

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Le port de Pise a disparu (Anglais)

Le port de Pise a disparu (Anglais)

After a little research it soon becomes apparent that ‘THE’ port of Pisa does not exist........

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