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Amid Iran Nuclear Talks, non-Diplomats Compete for Attention
Sudan Vision Daily

Outside Iran talks, a different cast competes for attention

VIENNA — Ah, Vienna. City of music. Crown jewel of the Holy Roman Empire. Birthplace of psychoanalysis. Home of the Lipizzaner stallions. And this week, host of the Iran nuclear negotiations. But along with the foreign ministers, their ... Jordan Times, 5 days ago
Non-diplomats compete for media attention in Vienna Taipei Times Online, 4 days ago

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The Magnificent Leftovers of the Roman Empire in France.

The Romans were master architects. We know that, we have many tangible testaments left to prove it. Their structures still stand sometimes intact in various spots in Europe. We can almost wonder what they and the Egyptians had on our architects, to ...
 Huffington Post1 week ago
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2,000-yr-old Roman Artefacts, Aksumite discovered in Ethiopian grave

-- Download as PDF -- Spectacular 2,000-year-old treasures from the Roman empire and the Aksumite kingdom, which ruled parts of north-east Africa for several centuries before 940AD, have been discovered by British archaeologists in northern ...
 Africa-News.info3 weeks ago Ethiopia Aksum excavation uncovers 2000 year old jewellery predating Roman trade  International Business Times UK3 weeks ago 2,000-Year-Old Roman Artifacts Unearthed in Ethiopia  Archaeology Magazine3 weeks ago Grave Of Mysterious 'Sleeping Beauty' Discovered In Ethiopia  Huffington Post3 weeks ago
International Business Times UK

Roman Empire: Ancient graffiti depicts gladiators, sex and religion from Greek city of Aphrodisias

Ruins from the ancient city of Aphrodisias(Wikimedia Commons) Ancient graffiti scrawled into stone which depicts everyday life in the old Greek city of Aphrodisias has been discovered. The drawings were found in the ancient city which is now ...
 International Business Times UK2 weeks ago Ancient Roman graffiti depicts epic gladiator battles and chariot race rivalries  Capital Bay2 weeks ago Gladiator Fights Revealed in Ancient Graffiti  Yahoo! Singapore2 weeks ago Sex and Gladiator Fights Revealed in Ancient Graffiti  NBCNews.com2 weeks ago
Times of India

Latest metro 'sport': Dogs in the ring

Dog fighting can be traced back to the Roman Empire. Large audiences would gather in Rome's Colosseum to watch gladiator dogs fight against other animals. But this bloody sport isn't history. It thrives not just in Afghanistan but also in a smaller way in ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago
Irish Independent

Irish Man's Rare Beach Discovery Back to the Ancient Roman Empire

 Fnews.com3 weeks ago Two ancient Roman gold rings found on Irish beach Irish News  Irish Independent3 weeks ago

Roman empire

Max Mara has teamed with the Renzo Piano Building Workshop to create a bag inspired by the new Whitney Museum. The nine-story building, with its asymmetrical roof and steel-and-glass exterior houses more than 21,000 works of art by artists like Lee Krasner, ...
 India Today1 month ago

5 Mistakes That Will Lead To The Fall of America

Thousands of years after the Roman Empire fell, people are still speculating about how such a powerful empire became too feeble to defend itself. Did it become corrupt? Was its taxes too high? Was it widespread lead poisoning? The refusal to break ...
 Town Hall6 days ago Violent video games a scapegoat  Sundre Round Up2 weeks ago
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Bread: is bread bad for you?

Bread has been a major staple of the human diet for thousands of years. As early as the Roman Empire, bread was a common accompaniment to most meals. Bread, in its many forms, continues to be the most regularly consumed food in the world due to its ...
 Social Dashboard2 weeks ago

Vergil´s Political Commentary by Leendert Weeda. The Origins of Celebrity Culture in the Roman Empire

Publication title: Vergil´s Political Commentary in the Eclogues, Georgics and Aeneid Author: Leendert Weeda Publication type: Other Publication date: 12 June 2015 Number of pages: 183 ISBN number: 978-3-11-042642-7 Commentary or propaganda? How ...
 Alpha Galileo3 weeks ago
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