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Clemens Reichel, Associate Curator World Culture at the EOM, takes you inside an ancient Roman theater in present day Bosra in south eastern Syria. To learn more about life in ancient Rome, visit the Eaton Gallery of Rome.
Paul Denis, Assistant Curator World Culture at the Royal Ontario Museum, describes Roman gladiatorial combat. Romans loved mass spectator sports and flocked to theatres to see this dramatic fight to death. learn more about life in ancient Rome in the Eaton Gallery of Rome.
Shiamak Toronto Dance Team perform at the Royal Ontario Museum.
This short documentary tells the story of Nubia and the civilization that flourished in the Nile Valley for thousands of years and particularly between 800 BC and 400 AD. The Galleries of Africa: Nubia at the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto allow visitors to explore an exxtraordiary ancient legacy
Contest now closed. A baby bison is missing from the herd and we need your help to find the calf! Brought to you by the Bison Collaborative: Earth Rangers, Parks Canada, Royal Ontario Museum and Toronto Zoo.
Join us for a fun-filled weekend of Medieval dancing, archery, martial arts, fashion, warfare and more at the Royal Ontario Museum. Experience a taste of life in the past at the ROM's Medieval Fall Fair, October 1 to 2, 2011.
Christopher Smith, Director of the British School at Rome, describes the diversity of colleges that are responsible for ancient Rome's religious law. Learn more about life in ancient Rome, in the Eaton Gallery of Rome.
This short documentary tells the story of Rome. ROM visitors will see over 500 artifacts on display in the Eaton Gallery of Rome which explores aspects of daily Roman life, the contrasting tastes throughout the vast Empire and the Roman influence on diverse local cultures.
A peek behind-the-scenes at the making of the ROM's first children's book, Burton and Isabelle Pipistrelle: Out of the Bat Cave! Available now at the ROM Museum Store, in bookstores, and online.
The ancient Mayans practiced Bloodletting- a sacrificial ritual they believed allowed them to communicate with the gods. Journey through the mysterious land of the ancient Maya at the Royal Ontario Museum in the world premiere of the landmark exhibition, Maya: Secrets of their Ancient World,