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J. Clifton Slater Feb 22
264 BC Sicily: Behind 13.7 miles of defensive walls, with an army, projectile weapons, & a seaport for resupply, Syracuse King Hiero II wasn't worried. Yet he signed a treaty with Rome when the Legions arrived
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Susanne Knight Feb 20
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J. Clifton Slater Feb 22
Archimedes (285 BC – 212 BC) mathematician who designed the screw pump, compound pulleys, plus others to protect his native Syracuse, Sicily. One being the burning mirrors, a solar powered war system
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SIL School Food 13h
Next up... Roman Honey Cake, this recipe is an adapted version of one found when archaeologists uncovered Pompeii! 🌋🍯🐝
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J. Clifton Slater Feb 22
263 BC, in the mid Republic period Rome numbered a little over 100,000. The Legions were not numbered, and at the end of the year, they were disbanded leaving only garrisons to control territory.
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BVS Books (#BVSBooks) Feb 20
RT GalacticCRealm: 265 BC, Centuries under the command of Tribune Gaius Claudius crossed the strait. And engaged in house to house fighting against Admiral Hanno's Carthaginian forces in Messina.
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Christy Sparks Feb 27
Celebrating our study of Ancient Rome with a visit to the Colosseum and a Toga Party!
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Chae Strathie 19h
Very chuffed to get a new foreign edition of So You Think You've Got It Bad: A Kid's Life In Ancient Rome through from . It's the Italian edition. Published in Rome. No pressure then... 😀
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Robert Sepehr Feb 22
Archaeologists have uncovered an area devoted to the first King of Rome and a rock sarcophagus, which date back to the 6th century BC. The underground temple is buried beneath the entrance to the Senate building.
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Croatian Heritage 18h
Statue of Roman goddess Diana from Kampor on the Island of Rab 🌲🐻
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Emperor Claudius Feb 21
Possible 'shrine' to Rome's founding father Romulus discovered at city's ancient ruins.
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Digital Maps of the Ancient World Feb 26
NEW WEBSITE FEATURE: Check out the new of , the port of :
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GovMint.com Feb 27
In the vault, we have this amazing ancient Denarius, waiting to become a part of your collection. Hold ancient history in your hands today!
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Digital Maps of the Ancient World 20h
Explore the battles that undertook to become the dominant power in the Mediterranean using this :
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The Void ザ・ヴォイド #ReleaseTheRussiaReport Feb 21
Betteridge's Law in full effect.
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IMPERIUM ROMANUM Feb 27
Asclepius, who was the patron of doctors, was admitted to the pantheon of Roman deities in the 3rd century BCE. However, it was not until the second century CE he became an important god for the Roman...
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BARDEUM Feb 27
The Temple of Saturn shot by @amayalandaphotography on Instagram ✨😍 Dating back to 497 BC and dedicated to the Saturn, the god most often associated with wealth, the temple served as a treasury, housing the Roman Republic's reserves of gold and silver.
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Alex Keen 14h
Just dropping by with a little cover reveal for my erotic short: Sparrow: A Night in the Ludus 🔥😍 *excitedly jumping up and down*
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Rosie Chapel 6h
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Croatian Heritage Feb 27
Ancient Roman mosaic representing Triton found in Krk town on the Krk Island 🙂
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