Explore the Baths of Diocletian Museum (Museo delle Terme) – the epigraphic collection housed within the remains of the Baths of Diocletian. It’s a chance to explore the physical spaces of this sprawling museum with host Darius Arya, as part of our collaboration with Museo Nazionale Romano. The collection includes artifacts and inscriptions (over 900!) from Rome’s foundation until Late Antiquity, and includes the lives and beliefs of Romans, former slaves, slaves, and foreigners, men and women from all walks of life. It’s a chance to dig deep into the social fabric of imperial Rome and explore multiple facets of the religions of Rome, including Mithras!
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