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Ancient ballista ball unearthed by students in Gush Etzion from Bar Kokhba revolt
Jerusalem Post

Ancient ballista ball unearthed by students in Gush Etzion fro...

An ancient ballista ball used by Jewish warriors fighting against the Roman Empire in the Judean Hills during the legendary Bar Kokhba revolt has been unearthed by high school students in Gush Etzion, south of Jerusalem. The rebellion, led by ... Jerusalem Post, 2 weeks ago

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The Big Read: Is this the lost city of Rhapta?

For 1,600 years Rhapta was a myth, a fabled maritime African city that traded with the Roman and Chinese empires. Richard Burton, who co-discovered the source of the Nile, was said to have looked for traces of the city when he visited the island of ...
 Times Live South Africa1 month ago Richard Fidler blends the historical and contemporary in his new book, Ghost Empire  Grenfell Record1 month ago Ghost Empire by Richard Fidler  ABC Online1 month ago Constantinople, the holy city that dazzled faraway lands  ABC Online1 month ago
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Welcome to Britannia: Roman Britain in AD 130

Britannia lay at the north-westernmost boundaries of an empire so vast that it encompassed the ocean where the sun god rises to the place where he sinks. Although an imperial province for more than 80 years, ever since the emperor Claudius, ...
 History Extra1 month ago Let's be frank: Britain's future is not in Europe  Japan Times1 month ago Britain’s first ‘Brexit’ was in 286 A.D  MSN India2 months ago

Bread, Circuses and... Taco Bowls

Of the citizens ofthe declining Roman empire, it was said: Give them bread and circuses and they will never revolt. So true is this ofall such citizens ofdeclining empire that every four years American presidential wannabes even promise revolution ...
 Sputnik4 weeks ago Double Down: Bread, Circuses and... Taco Bowls  FreeRealTime.com3 weeks ago

Roman Empire exhibition opens in E China

An exhibition displaying artifacts of the Roman Empire opened at Shandong Museum in Jinan, East China's Shandong province, on July 25, 2016. The exhibition, which will last until Oct 8, showcases 233 pieces of rare cultural relics from several ...
 CHINAdaily.com.cn1 month ago
WA Today

Blood Brothers: Timur Bekmambetov reimagines Roman epic Ben-Hur

The new Ben-Hur may be a lot of things: A rousing tale of slave vs. empire. A showcase for one of the year's best action sequences. A film deserving of the talents of star Jack Huston, who enjoyed a breakout role in HBO's Boardwalk Empire. One thing ...
 Film Journal International4 weeks ago A 'Ben-Hur' for our time  Miami Herald2 weeks ago New Ben-Hur movie tries to make up for old Ben-Hur's 'flaw'  WA Today2 weeks ago Ben-Hur 2016: On set during the epic chariot race  The Northern Times2 weeks ago
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It's not easy being green

BRANDENBURG used to be called the sandbox of the Holy Roman Empire for its poor soil and marginal geography. Today a more appropriate moniker might be the wind farm of the European Union for all the spinning turbines that tower over the flat ...
 PluginEurope.com2 weeks ago It's not easy being green: Even with new reforms, doubts remain about Germany's energy transition #DEU  Wind Watch.org2 weeks ago 5 places to study the Romans  School Travel Organiser2 weeks ago Books The Nobility of the Holy Roman Empire: A Register of the Noble Families of the Holy Roman  Dailymotion3 weeks ago
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Playing loose with values

Former US presidential candidate and world renowned neurosurgeon Ben Carson once said that: The Roman Empire was very, very much like us. They lost their moral core, their sense of values in terms of who they were. And after all of those things ...
 Times of Malta2 weeks ago

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(Before It's News) 6 June this body was born 54 years ago… As the dominoes of the Old Roman Empire are tumbling before your very eyes, bear in mind that it requires the destruction of all sovereign nations and borders to make way for a New ...
 Before It's News3 weeks ago

St. Sixtus II and Companions (Martyrs)

Many early Christians were martyred by the Roman Empire, including the third-century Pope St. Sixtus and several other members of the Church of Rome. Sixtus was elected Bishop of Rome (Pope) in 257; that same year the Emperor Valerian issued a ...
 Catholic Exchange3 weeks ago
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