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Messina :: Italy | 9 months ago

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An 85-year-old man in Sicily is about to graduate from university. Carmelo Puglisi is poised to become on Tuesday the University of Messina's oldest graduate after defending his thesis 'In the Early Days of European Identity: Romans and Barbarians in

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New York :: NY :: USA | over 1 year ago

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Needless to say, this picture of the life of the Roman poor as one of wall-to-wall boozing and gambling does not come from the poor themselves. I've been quoting, more or less word for word, the description of social conditions in the capital city of

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Frisco :: CO :: USA | over 1 year ago

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Special to the Daily Alan and Claire Chomiak, frequent visitors to Frisco, cannot put down the Summit Daily even while on the Cabot Trail on Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. Good morning and welcome to Summit Up, the world's only daily column that's still

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Detroit :: MI :: USA | almost 2 years ago

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NRO contributor Victor Davis Hanson is a senior fellow at the  Hoover Institution and the author most recently of  The End of Sparta , a novel about ancient freedom. ...[Why do] roughly 82 million Germans produce almost as much national wealth as do

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Rome :: Italy | almost 2 years ago

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Iron Age Britain's most celebrated resistance leader to Roman rule was Caractacus, who evaded capture for nine years by melting away into the Welsh mountains The second of May marks the first anniversary of the death of Osama bin Laden . I've been

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London :: United Kingdom | 2 years ago

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Expertly unpicking the tangled imperial lineage, Scarre provides lively detail about suicides (Nero stabbed himself in the neck aged 30), poisonings (Claudius, "ever the gourmand", met his end with tainted mushrooms) and stabbings (Caracalla was

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Oxford :: United Kingdom | 2 years ago

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Opinion blogs Many brand owners love to hate the stringent, some would say draconian restrictions that prevent the... An all-purpose analysis of most political subjects was offered by a friend of the Prime Minis... Here are some raw materials with

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London :: United Kingdom | almost 3 years ago

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Deborah Baker, " The Subject Talks Back ," Paris Review , 7 July, considers the reactions of a biographer's living subject...Krebs's A Most Dangerous Book: Tacitus's Germania from the Roman Empire to the Third Reich for the Washington Post , 6 July.

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Nuremberg :: Germany | almost 3 years ago

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So the victory of Arminius established certain facts on the ground. In his fascinating new study, A Most Dangerous Book, Christopher B. Krebs draws attention to another part of the explanation for Germany's existence the role played by Tacitus

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Carthage :: MO :: USA | almost 3 years ago

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What did Jesus of Nazareth endure on the day of His crucifixion? First, let's study the practice of crucifixion itself, that is, the torture and execution of a person by fixation to a cross. Historically, the first known practice of

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