Exploring the Ancient Roman Ruins of Salona: A Day Trip from Split, Croatia

The Ancient Roman city of Salona is located near Split, Croatia. Today, this landscape is dotted with abstract ruins, leaving much to the imagination. However, about 1,700 years ago, Salona was home to more than 40,000 people, making it one of the largest cities in the Roman Empire. As we walked through this fascinating archaeologicalContinue reading “Exploring the Ancient Roman Ruins of Salona: A Day Trip from Split, Croatia”

A Journey Through the Millennia: The Split Archaeological Museum in Croatia

As we perused the holdings at the Split Archaeological Museum along Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast, I found myself most drawn to the stone headstones bearing family portraits of citizens from the Roman Empire – some more than 2,000 years-old. Though the subjects’ faces were often weathered and lacking facial extremities, I enjoyed pondering how the family’s likenesses came to beContinue reading “A Journey Through the Millennia: The Split Archaeological Museum in Croatia”