Image: Lake Nemi, Italy as it is today Image: Architectural fragment from the temple site Image: Terracotta votive from the temple site
The Sanctuary of Diana excavation at Nemi lead by Lord Savile in 1885 provides a fascinating glimpse into classical history and Victorian archaeological practice.

This part of the web-site provides an overview of the Speculum Dianae project.
Was there a temple at Nemi?
What did it look like?
What evidence is there?

Explore the evidence found at the Nemi site and reconstruct a simple 3D model based on your assumptions.
Roman Votives from the Nottingham Castle Museum collection can now be used online for modern dedication.

Send Virtual Votives to your friends, family and loved ones and re-interpret the votive worship of classical Rome.

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