Roman Germanic Museum, Köln Photos

Roman Germanic Museum (Römisch-Germanisches Museum) (1974) features local artifacts from the 1stC to mid-4thC when Köln was the capital of the Roman province known as Lower Germania. Located next to the Köln Cathedral, the museum covers the site of a Roman Villa, discovered during the building of an air raid shelter in WWII. A large and well preserved Dionysus mosaic remains in its original place in the basement.

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Roman Germanic Museum features local artifacts from 1stC to mid-4thC when Köln was the capital of the Roman province known as Lower Germania. Köln, Germany.Entrance to Roman Germanic Museum. Köln, Germany.Roman era columnar stones mounted on beams as a sculpture outside Roman Germanic Museum. Köln, Germany.Columnar stones mounted on beams as a sculpture outside Roman Germanic Museum. Köln, Germany.
Roman Germanic Museum (1974) features local artifacts from 1stC to mid-4thC when Köln was the capital of the Roman province known as Lower Germania. Köln, Germany. Architect: Klaus Renner & Heinz Röcke.Entrance to Roman Germanic Museum. Köln, Germany.Roman era columnar stones mounted on beams as a sculpture outside Roman Germanic Museum. Köln, Germany.Columnar stones mounted on beams as a sculpture outside Roman Germanic Museum. Köln, Germany.
Dionysus mosaic from ruins of a Roman Villa found on site during WWII at Roman Germanic Museum. Köln, Germany.Dionysus mosaic from ruins of a Roman Villa found on site during WWII at Roman Germanic Museum. Köln, Germany.Dionysus mosaic from ruins of a Roman Villa found on site during WWII at Roman Germanic Museum. Köln, Germany.Sepulcher of Lucius Poblicius veteran of the 5th legion at Roman Germanic Museum. Köln, Germany.
Dionysus mosaic from ruins of a Roman Villa found on site during WWII at Roman Germanic Museum. Köln, Germany.Dionysus mosaic from ruins of a Roman Villa found on site during WWII at Roman Germanic Museum. Köln, Germany.Dionysus mosaic from ruins of a Roman Villa found on site during WWII at Roman Germanic Museum. Köln, Germany.Sepulcher of Lucius Poblicius (40CE) veteran of the 5th legion at Roman Germanic Museum. Köln, Germany.
Roman glass display at Roman Germanic Museum. Köln, Germany.Ancient Roman Vasa Diatreta or cage cup with Greek inscription on rim & outer tracery in colored relief at Roman Germanic Museum. Köln, Germany.Roman sarcophagus found in burial chamber near Köln at Roman Germanic Museum. Köln, Germany.Gravestone inscription & carving of man dining in Roman fashion at Roman Germanic Museum. Köln, Germany.
Roman glass display at Roman Germanic Museum. Köln, Germany.Ancient Roman Vasa Diatreta or cage cup (4C) with Greek inscription on rim & outer tracery in colored relief at Roman Germanic Museum. Köln, Germany.Roman sarcophagus found in burial chamber near Köln at Roman Germanic Museum. Köln, Germany.Gravestone inscription & carving of man dining in Roman fashion at Roman Germanic Museum. Köln, Germany.
Grave markers display at Roman Germanic Museum. Köln, Germany.Modern bronze plaque in pavement with street map of Roman Köln within city walls near Roman Germanic Museum. Köln, Germany.Ancient Roman arch near Köln Cathedral. Köln, Germany.Römerturm, remains of Roman tower, part of ancient fortifications, with mosaic ornamentation. Köln, Germany.
Grave markers display at Roman Germanic Museum. Köln, Germany.Modern bronze plaque in pavement with street map of Roman Köln within city walls near Roman Germanic Museum. Köln, Germany.Ancient Roman arch near Köln Cathedral. Köln, Germany.Römerturm, remains of Roman tower, part of ancient fortifications, with mosaic ornamentation. Köln, Germany.

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