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Roman Mainz | Römsiches Mainz

For a full 500 years Mainz served as a major site of Roman activity, serving as an army headquarters, administrative center, political capital of Upper…
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Isis und Mater Magna Heiligtum - During excavation works for the underground garage of a shopping arcade at the centre of Mainz in 2000-2001, the foundations of a Roman temple were discovered. The place where they were found has been turned into an underground display of the Isis and Mater Magna shrine. ©Landeshauptstadt Mainz Mainz Germany, Underground Garage, Rhineland Palatinate, Magna, Arcade, Rome, Temple, Centre, Turn Ons
Isis- und Mater Magna-Heiligtum
Isis und Mater Magna Heiligtum - During excavation works for the underground garage of a shopping arcade at the centre of Mainz in 2000-2001, the foundations of a Roman temple were discovered. The place where they were found has been turned into an underground display of the Isis and Mater Magna shrine. ©Landeshauptstadt Mainz
The Römersteine (Roman Stones (c. 70 ad) are the remains of a former Roman water conduit (aqueduct) close to Zahlbach, part of the Mainz suburb of Bretzenheim . With a height of 25 metres, this aqueduct was the highest to the North of the Alps. ©Landeshauptstadt Mainz Rapids, Suburbs, Alps, Splendid, Remains, Stones
Römisches Mainz
The Römersteine (Roman Stones (c. 70 ad) are the remains of a former Roman water conduit (aqueduct) close to Zahlbach, part of the Mainz suburb of Bretzenheim . With a height of 25 metres, this aqueduct was the highest to the North of the Alps. ©Landeshauptstadt Mainz
"Römersteine" in Mainz. Those stones where part of an roman aqueduct. ©Landeshauptstadt Mainz Oh The Places Youll Go, Places To See, Roman Aqueduct, Viking Cruises Rivers, Rhine River, River Cruises, Ancient History
Römersteine - Pfeiler des Aquädukts
"Römersteine" in Mainz. Those stones where part of an roman aqueduct. ©Landeshauptstadt Mainz
The Museum accommodates the Ancient Shipping Research Division of the Roman-Germanic Central Museum Mainz. In a nationwide unique presentation, it shows the find of five original ship wrecks from late Antiquity which were found in 1981/82 during excavation works for the extension of the Mainz Hilton Hotel. Marine Archaeology, Roman Architecture, Wooden Ship, Roman History, Hilton Hotel, Zoology, Ancient Rome, Homeland
Museum für Antike Schiffahrt
The Museum accommodates the Ancient Shipping Research Division of the Roman-Germanic Central Museum Mainz. In a nationwide unique presentation, it shows the find of five original ship wrecks from late Antiquity which were found in 1981/82 during excavation works for the extension of the Mainz Hilton Hotel.
Apart from original exhibition items, in the Museum for Ancient Shipping there is also a reproduction of the patrol boats found which can be viewed from Tuesdays to Sundays with admission free of charge. Museum, Admissions, Boats, Apart, Reproduction, Exhibition
Museum für Antike Schiffahrt
Apart from original exhibition items, in the Museum for Ancient Shipping there is also a reproduction of the patrol boats found which can be viewed from Tuesdays to Sundays with admission free of charge.
The theatre of Roman Mainz (Mogontiacum) dates from the second century ad. With a stage of 41.25 m in length and a diameter of 116.25 m for the hemicycle of the auditorium, it is the largest Roman theatre to the North of the Alps. It offered room for an audience of 10,000. Roman Theatre, Run Around, Ancient Artifacts, Ancient Romans, Ancient Civilizations, Roman Empire
Römisches Bühnentheater - Platz für Zehntausend
The theatre of Roman Mainz (Mogontiacum) dates from the second century ad. With a stage of 41.25 m in length and a diameter of 116.25 m for the hemicycle of the auditorium, it is the largest Roman theatre to the North of the Alps. It offered room for an audience of 10,000.
The remains of Roman bathing culture can be marvelled at near to Schillerplatz. A hypocaust (from the Greek hypokauston = "burn from beneath") is an ancient floor-heating system. In it, the - often richly decorated - floor was supported by small pillars. Ap World History, Roman Art, Modern Baths, Heating Systems, Timber Frame
The remains of Roman bathing culture can be marvelled at near to Schillerplatz. A hypocaust (from the Greek hypokauston = "burn from beneath") is an ancient floor-heating system. In it, the - often richly decorated - floor was supported by small pillars.
During excavation works for the underground garage of a shopping arcade at the centre of Mainz in 2000-2001, the foundations of a Roman temple were discovered. The place where they were found has been turned into an underground display of the Isis and Mater Magna shrine. Wonderful Places, Beautiful Places, Country Information, Johannes Gutenberg, Berlin Wall, Places Ive Been
Isis- und Mater Magna-Heiligtum
During excavation works for the underground garage of a shopping arcade at the centre of Mainz in 2000-2001, the foundations of a Roman temple were discovered. The place where they were found has been turned into an underground display of the Isis and Mater Magna shrine.