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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,
Clemens Reichel, Associate Curator World Culture at the Royal Ontario Museum, travelled to Apamea in Syria and takes viewers inside ruins of an ancient Roman house that likely once belonged to a noble family. Learn more about life in ancient Rome in the Eaton Gallery of Rome.
Made in King Henry VIII's royal workshop, this suit of armour is one of only three of its kind on display in the world. One of the Royal Ontario Museum's iconic objects, see the suit in the Samuel European Galleries.
Dr. Chen Shen is the Bishop White Chair of East Asian Archaeology at the Royal Ontario Museum, and is the senior curator for the blockbuster exhibition The Warrior Emperor and China's Terracotta Army on display in Toronto until January 2, 2011.
Walls and Barriers, a collaborative youth project, was conceived in affiliation with the El Anasui exhibition and in cooperation with the Institute for Contemporary Culture.
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March 5 to September 5, 2011 at the Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto. Water: The Exhibition is an immersive experience with hands-on activities for kids, live animals and multi-media displays about life's most precious resource.