One of the most famous ancient Roman stones in Austria: The depiction of a coach immured at the Marienkirche, a church in Maria Saal. Though it doesn’t show a mail coach it is generally known as mail coach relief (Postkutschen Relief). Well the covering of the coach reminds a bit of a letter, doesn’t it?
A reconstruction of an ancient Roman groma seen at a festival in Carnuntum, Austria. There I was told how the ancient Romans used this tool for surveying straight lines, squares and rectangles. In the background you can see the reconstruction of an ancient Roman ballista, which was used as ranged weapon.
During a festival on the grounds of the archaeology park Carnuntum, a Roman fashion show took place. The audience was not only told about the elements of ancient fashion but also how to put on a toga. By the way, the lady with the red scarf is portraying a Roman bride.
The Roman museum of Wagna is placed right above the remains of the former Roman settlement Flavia Solva. So you can look at the ancient walls below your feet and some Roman pieces one have found there at the same time.
From the middle of the 1st century a Roman fort controlled a road junction and the ford of the Sarvíz. Today an archaeological park and an open air museum near Tác tell about life during the ancient Roman period. [German]