Connecticut (Nova Roma)

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If you live in the Connecticut Regio and are looking for an in-state contact, please feel free to Email the Connecticut Legate Equestria Iunia Laeca(dbboyle@hotmail.com).
  
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Citizens and Roman enthusiasts living in Connecticut are invited to suggest information for this page.  If you know of any Roman related resources in the Connecticut Regio, please post to the Provincia message board.
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'''The Yale University Art Gallery'''
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Located within walking distance of the Yale University Library. (Which in itself is a great resource for impossible to find Classical works!) The Yale University Art Gallery has several tasteful rooms of Roman and Etruscan antiquities. They also have a portion of an excavated Mithraeum, which is a must see.
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http://artgallery.yale.edu/
  
 
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Connecticut

If you live in the Connecticut Regio and are looking for an in-state contact, please feel free to Email the Connecticut Legate Equestria Iunia Laeca(dbboyle@hotmail.com).

Citizens and Roman enthusiasts living in Connecticut are invited to suggest information for this page. If you know of any Roman related resources in the Connecticut Regio, please post to the Provincia message board.


The Yale University Art Gallery

Located within walking distance of the Yale University Library. (Which in itself is a great resource for impossible to find Classical works!) The Yale University Art Gallery has several tasteful rooms of Roman and Etruscan antiquities. They also have a portion of an excavated Mithraeum, which is a must see.

http://artgallery.yale.edu/

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