Amphorae were pottery vessels created to hold and transport goods in the Greek and Roman world; some were even highly decorative and given as prizes, or used to hold the ashes of the dead. Join me as I delve into the vessels of history...
Tuesday, February 5, 2013
History in the News- Richard III
I love it when history comes up in the news; a reminder that the past is never far away. Recently, as you may have heard, an intrepid group of archeologists went looking for the lost bones of Richard III. They turned out to be located under a car park (that's parking lot, for you Americans)- which is right where they were expected to be! More details can be found here.