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Rome's famous ghosts: Emperors, wives and mistresses

Rome's famous ghosts: Emperors, wives and mistresses

Of the more than 30 of the Kings and Emperors of the Western Roman Empire who were either assassinated or committed suicide, you would think thered be a lot of angry Imperial spirits haunting the ancient city but only Emperor Nero has shown any ..., 1 week ago
First look at Roman Emperor Augustus rooms Malay Mail, 18 hours ago

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Roman toilet seat unearthed near Hadrian's Wall

The only surviving wooden Roman Empire toilet seat has been unearthed near Hadrian's Wall. The seat was discovered intact and well preserved due to the preservation conditions at the Vindolanda site in Northumberland. "We are absolutely delighted ...
 ITV.com3 weeks ago Oldest Member of Russia's Romanov Dynasty Dies at 91  Moscow Times3 days ago 2000-year-old Roman wooden toilet seat discovered  Business Standard India2 weeks ago Archaeologists find 2,000-year-old wooden toilet seat used by Romans at Vindolanda fort  Culture243 weeks ago

Will Scotland go?

The history of Scotland goes back to 10,000 years. Records began after the arrival of the Roman Empire in the first century. There were several wars with neighbouring English invaders in the 13th and 14th centuries and gained independence under King ...
 Sri Lanka Daily News1 week ago Opinion: Historic chance for Scotland  Deutsche Welle3 days ago

America: your days as a global superpower are numbered

We've seen it before: the Roman empire fell, then the British. America's economic dominance could be about to end - and China is taking its place. They say what goes up must come down. It's been true of every global superpower throughout ...
 Yahoo! UK and Ireland1 week ago

Translating Jean Racine (Part 2)

Over twenty centuries later of Racine's period, society had been developed in every way. The Roman empire intervenes and takes care of the state and puts aside the citizen's worries. The contribution and help of their twelve gods is totally ...
 Huffington Post1 week ago
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Guatemala bishop's killer ran alleged jail empire

GUATEMALA CITY -- A Guatemalan army captain sentenced to 20 years in prison for the slaying of a Roman Catholic bishop has been charged with money laundering and organized crime for allegedly building an illicit multimillion-dollar business empire ...
 Miami Herald2 weeks ago Guatemala bishop's killer charged for building empire in prison  Globe and Mail2 weeks ago Guatemala bishop's killer built empire in prison  FOXNews.com2 weeks ago
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Why don't we talk about race?

Years ago, a theory circulated that the decline and fall of the Roman Empire could be attributed at least in part to lead in the water. Consider the irony: One of the greatest civilizations the world has ever known was able to create engineering ...
 Greater Baton Rouge Business Report2 days ago 12 September 1683: The siege of Vienna is lifted  Money Week1 week ago Roman Empire Available with a 50 Percent Discount on Windows 8.1  Softpedia1 week ago The battle to preserve Sofia's ancient sites  Gulf Times2 weeks ago

Volokh Conspiracy: 40 maps that explain the Roman Empire

OK, a few are just not pictures — but still, very interesting stuff, from Timothy B. Lee (Vox) . Thanks to GeekPress for the pointer. Eugene Volokh teaches free speech law, religious freedom law, church-state relations law, a First Amendment ...
 Washington Post4 weeks ago

The Wall That Defined Scotland's Past And The Vote On Its Future

About 2,000 years ago, the Roman Empire stretched from the Middle East all the way across Western Europe. A wall marked the empire's northernmost boundary, at one point less than a mile from today's border between England and Scotland. Many scholars ...
 Austin American Statesman2 weeks ago The Wall That Defined Scotland's Frontier, 2,000 Years Ago And Today  Oregon Public Broadcasting2 weeks ago

Modern population boom traced to pre-industrial roots

By the end of the Roman Empire, humanity had crossed a critical threshold of social organization that allowed more people to take advantage of economies of scale, says anthropologist Aaron Stutz. "The Course of the Empire," by Cole Thomas, portrays ...
 PhysOrg.com2 weeks ago Population Tipping Point Was About 2,000 Years Ago  Epoch Times5 days ago
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