There was an article in this morning's Tulsa paper about this program and then a link to news about it in Kim's, "What's New" email this morning. I have always been captivated with Ancient Rome as well as Ancient Egypt or any Ancient civilization for that matter. It's absolutely amazing to me that there could be a city of one million or so people in that day and age with public baths and real toilet facilities even in private homes! It is really neat to be able to view what Ancient Rome most likely looked like in 320 AD.:thumbup: Here is the first link and Here is the second. Too me it's interesting to set and try to imagine the sights, sounds, and smells intermingled in a city such as Rome during that time. Surely there would have had to have been places to eat as well as get your hair cut or a tooth pulled or the like and then the smells of the animals that would have been present for whatever reason. And along with all of those smells there would have been the smell of Garum, which I understand was a sort of rotten fish sauce the ancient Romans prized for their food such as salt and pepper is prized by us today.