Actors Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje (Oz, Game of Thrones, Farming) and George Blagden (Vikings, Versailles) play the ancient Romans for the historic sites of Rome on the Bardeum mobile app


ANN ARBOR, Mich., 20 October 2021 / PRNewswire / – With the new BARD mobile app from Museum EdutainmentEUTM: DO NOT SEE SITES ONLY; ENTRY INTO THEIR STORIES, visitors can travel back in time and step into the history of a real event at historic sites around the world. Users experience a history lesson disguised as a great story.

ADEWALE AKINNUOYE-AGBAJE, as gladiatorial combat fixer Marcus Venutius, brings history to life by guiding visitors through the Roman Colosseum. Blood and sand, BARDEUTMThe New Audiovisual Experience of, is written by # 1 bestselling author Simon scarrow (Eagles of the Empire) and takes users back in time to the great games of Emperor Domitian in AD 85. Visitors follow the character of Adewale through the seedy underworld of the arena. From the marble seats of the rich to the hot sands and the hidden hypogeum of gladiators, Marcus must determine the friend of the enemy.

GEORGE BLAGDEN is Appius Teretina, the fearless guide to chariot races at Circus Maximus. Visitors travel back in time to AD 65 and the reopening of Circus Maximus after the great fire. The charioteer written in six steps New York Times bestselling author Marguerite George (The confessions of a Young Nero; Splendor before darkness) and allows users to experience chariot races and the real murderous plot against Emperor Nero.

Both experiments also include reconstruction images of the sites.

Additional experiences on the BARDEUM mobile app:


  • PALATIN HILL – IMPERIAL PALACE. The Sibylline Prophecy, written by the bestselling author Simon turney (Son of Rome trilogy) and narrated by Philippe stevens (Lapwing), brings visitors back on the eve of the battle between Emperors Maxentius and Constantine in October 312 AD

  • ROMAN FORUM. Cornélie’s death, written by BARDEUTM founder Amanda Mercer and told by Dan John Miller (Battleships), takes visitors back to AD 91 when Emperor Domitian ordered the death of Vestal Maxima Cornelia.


  • VISIT ON FOOT OF THE HISTORICAL CENTER. The unveiling of Michelangelo’s David, written by an award-winning author and art historian Laura Morelli and told by Dan John Miller, takes visitors back to the political upheaval of 1504 in Florence and the events surrounding the creation and unveiling of one of the most iconic sculptures in history.


  • LARGE APARTMENTS OF THE KING. Decadence and diversions, Told by Leslie Carroll written as Juliette Gray, allows visitors to attend the Yew Ball in 1745. Users enter this famous event seeing many women with their clients in search of an attempt to fill the void of the recently deceased king’s mistress. Only one will become known to history.

  • QUEEN’S SUITE. The revolution is coming Versailles, Told by Leslie Carroll written as Juliette Gray, brings visitors back to October 1789 and the last hours of the royal family at the Palace. Visitors follow the despised queen Marie Antoinette as she tries to stay calm as she remembers her life at the Palace as she fears her own death.


  • HYDE PARK. The great exhibition, written by Elizabeth macneal (The doll factory) and narrated by Tuppence Middleton (Downton abbey).

  • KENSINGTON GARDENS. Tales of a mistress at the Georgian court, written by Tracy borman (Mistress of the king, servant of the queen) and narrated by Flora Montgomery.

  • ST. JAMES TO PARK. Death of a king: the road to execution, written by the Lord Charles Spencer (King’s killers, the white boat) and narrated by Anthony howell (Selfridges).


  • THOMAS JEFFERSON MEMORIAL. To start the world again, written by Laura Kamoïe (America’s first girl).

  • KOREAN WAR MEMORIAL. Unforgettable, written by Hampton Sides (On desperate ground).

  • FRANKLIN DELANO ROOSEVELT MEMORIAL. Courage & Determination, written by HW Brands (Traitor to his class).

  • VIETNAM VETERANS MEMORIAL. Behind enemy lines, written by Eric Blehm (Legend).

  • WASHINGTON MONUMENT. Retirement becomes him, written by Edward J. Larson (Franklin & Washington).

  • WWII MEMORIAL. Field of fire, written by Gregory A. Freeman (The forgotten 500).

More information / media kit:

The app is free on iOS and Android. Experiences vary between $ 3.99 and $ 4.99 by download with revolving sales. Media can request free promotional codes.

Contact: Amanda D. Mercer, founder and CEO
+1 734-678-3246
Email: [email protected]


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