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Darius Arya Digs
I am a Roman archaeologist. I live in Rome Italy. Every day I experience history. I excavate, I teach, I livestream. I was actually awarded Periscoper of the year this year at the Shorty Awards. I look forward to exploring history underneath the pavements of Rome, throughout Italy, and throughout the Mediterranean with you. Follow me on Twitter @DariusAryaDigs “717090” Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit
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4.6 stars from 80 ratings
Great show!
I’m really enjoying bingeing this podcast. Fun and informative. Highly recommend!
SamAdelaide via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 05/28/20
Good podcast
Interesting and well done. Seems to be over though. Wish there was more.
Raven_Shoes via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/18/18
Phenomenal!
It is a privilege to have Darius Arya share his insight and knowledge of Ancient Rome. His on-site narratives give a “you are there” feel to these podcasts. I wish each of these were even longer. I love that Darius doesn’t dumb down his explanations - - he assumes the listener has some basic...Read full review »
gr8erday via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/24/17
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