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Omnis Ars🦋 Jun 16
The Via Appia was one of the most important roads in ancient Rome, linking Rome with Brindisi, the most important commercial port with the eastern Mediterranean and the Middle East. Statius described its importance (Sylvae, 2.2): "APPIA LONGARUM TERITUR REGINA VIARUM"
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Betta Martins Jun 15
Just another ordinary in Sorry world!
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Hagia Sophia 11h
The , Apse Mosaic, San Clemente, .
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Hagia Sophia Jun 16
Cross of Justin II - This cross, given by the emperor Justin II to the people of in the sixth century, was used in the 's most solemn ceremonies at Christmas and Easter.
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Martin Jun 13
Sphinx of Lanuvium. 120-140 CE. British Museum
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WHAPTHS Jun 15
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Maléfica🌹 Jun 17
Last light on the Vatican City
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Andy S Jun 16
Amazing city. I feel blessed to be in
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DCQItalia 🇮🇹 Jun 15
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Maléfica🌹 Jun 15
Through the hedge Saint Peter's Dome
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Caroline Jun 17
A little more than 5 weeks ago in panel, What do you think of 's answer to my question about a musical episode?
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Staysure Jun 17
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put you in a win win situation & you still lost out 🤫.
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Sofia Milos official Jun 16
Breathtaking beauty The at in 🇮🇹🙏 One of the worlds most magnificent Art , Michelangelo’s Sistine Chappel . .
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John Trikeriotis Jun 16
An outstanding archival image from 1896 of Trajan's Column, the famous triumphal column in , Italy which was completed in 113 AD. (Photo: Conrad Cichorius)
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Dana دانة Jun 17
People pass by and see insanely huge trees. I see this..
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Mme. McLure Jun 15
Hey Knights! Are you interested in a travel opportunity to Europe next year? If you are a student that would like to explore new places here is your chance. Visit Mme. McLure in room B175 at lunch for further information.
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Mark Hawkins 17h
The driving in is crazy, I cannot believe all the ancient buildings everywhere
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Ostia Antica HISTORY Jun 14
This rare funerary equestrian statue depicts a boy riding a rearing , sitting on a lion fur saddle. The animal, entirely made of alabaster, is hollow probably in order to contain the ashes of the boy. Found in Acilia, via Ostiense, between and . 3rd AD
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Julia Jun 15
love spending time with that little woman
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