Living history in Mainz: With Aurelia in the time of the Romans

It is also a thank you to the brave inhabitants of the right Bank of the Rhine Civitas Mattiacorum that Aurelia can rave about as the wife of the Roman Governor

Living history in Mainz: With Aurelia in the time of the Romans

It is also a thank you to the brave inhabitants of the right Bank of the Rhine Civitas Mattiacorum that Aurelia can rave about as the wife of the Roman Governor of Mogontiacum today in the stone hall of the state Museum in Mainz on the testimonies of Roman culture, and so knowledgeable. Because on the right Bank of the Rhine, they secured the Castellum on the school's mountain above the settlement of Aquae Mattiacae and other facilities of the Taunus ridge and held the rough Taunus-residents in a game of chess. Never to be forgotten in the fashionable Mogontiacum sometimes.

Jochen Remmert

airport editor and correspondent of the Rhine-Main-Süd.

F. A. Z.

Regardless of what white reports, Aurelia, alias Dr. Judith king, Chairman of the guides Association in Mainz to see in the stone hall of the national Museum's pillars, grave stones of her mighty spouse, is exciting and enlightening. The delicate caricaturing Performance of the art historian as Aurelia leaves the audience with the detail-rich notes with a cheerful attention to follow.

From the grave stones, Legionnaires undgedünsteten Flamingos

the stones of The mountains, plenty of information, which would escape the untrained eye. Since a soldier wearing a kind of field characters with a segelohrigen likeness on the top. You don't necessarily immediately think that it is the Image of a Roman Emperor and it is the duty of the Deceased to bear this Image, with in the battle, that the legionaries knew for whom they were just head and collar risk. Amazing two almost identical gravestones, the only under expert Interpretation of your secret price: The a is the first, failed attempt, because the font was accidentally getting bigger and the space on the stone, therefore, to close. Another stone gives an indication of how the Legionnaires found together in the manner of a Schildkörte under their shields for protection against arrows and projectiles, until they were close enough to the opponent, and then him go.

Updated Date: 14 August 2020, 14:20

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