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Uncovering a new part of the city of the dead

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The number of people buried in Óbuda’s largest ancient cemetery could be on the order of 100,000. A new section of the former necropolis has now come to light thanks to preventive excavations at 68-84 Bécsi Road.

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NOMEN EST OMEN

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The name is a sign, as the ancient saying goes. Indeed, a name can tell us a lot. Our surname for instance can indicate noble descent, the place where our ancestors lived, or the jobs that they had. But how was it like in Roman times? What does a Roman name tell us? Let’s meet one of ancient Aquincum’s residents, Marcus Antonius Victorinus.

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The Aquincum traffic jam blog (#11)

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The first cavalry fort of Óbuda

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Sarmatian site excavated in Soroksár outskirts

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Budapest History Museum members of staff have excavated a section of a Sarmatian settlement inhabited between the 2nd and 4th centuries near Route 51; a report by the excavation’s lead archaeologist Anita Korom.

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The Aquincum traffic jam blog (#10)

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Late Roman fortress

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