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Nasty Memer 🇮🇳 Sep 11
If Antiquity is anti-quit-y. Then how could you quit antiquity.
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Camedieval Sep 13
, don't miss tonight's keynote 👇 's Joanita Vroom will speak on "Most Exciting Times: What Happened in the Eastern after ?" Head to 's McDonald Institute Seminar Room @ 5:30
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Dominik Unterberger Sep 12
That's what I told myself when fighting through at school. Had to console myself with all the ancient stuff from and the middle-ages I would SUPPOSEDLY be able to read. Well...😅 (I suck at grammar)
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Terzarima Traduzioni Sep 11
We and They Decolonizing Greco-Roman and Biblical Antiquities
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Suzanne Karr Schmidt Sep 18
Shiny! Technologically advanced! Expensive! What more could you ask from a German Renaissance printed masterpiece of local Ancient Roman inscriptions?!
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NumisCorner Sep 14
Discover this extremely rare ancient coin minted by the celtic tribe of Veneti in the 1st century BC (video):
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Ethics in Progress - Research Journal Sep 11
New idea of humanitas by Enrico Maria Di Palma! Read more in open access article: "Intercultural Dialogue and Humanities from Late Antiquity to the Middle Ages" przez
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NumisCorner Sep 12
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tishtash Sep 13
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Res_Australes: Ancient World Studies, Australasia Sep 17
Sept 18 Melbourne (City Library ) in the City: Women with attitude in - , : Rome's only female love poet
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NumisCorner Sep 13
Must read! The narrative of Alexander the Great and his faithful mount, Bucephalus. Read the story: Collect Alexander the Great's coins:
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NumisCorner Sep 16
Here is a selection of coins minted by the Parthian empire, also known as the Arsacid Empire, during antiquity (247 BC – 224 AD). Browse collection: Price range: from €60 to €320
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Joan Carroll Sep 11
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Brepols Publishers Sep 17
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NumisCorner Sep 13
This week, climb the heights of Olympus and join the Greek gods with this series of 25 ancient coins depicting them. Browse collection:
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NumisCorner Sep 15
[New items available ] We have selected for you 30 remarkable ancient coins depicting Marcus Aurelius, the wisest of the roman emperors. Browse collection:
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Yves Morvan Photo Sep 13
Streamroller in Adrano (Sicily)
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Chelsea Shields-Más Sep 12
Made bread from recipes in Cato’s De Agricultura this week for the students in my ancient/medieval environmental history class. surprise winner in the taste category=the ugly bread. The was...dense 😂
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Spartiatissa 18h
Replying to @GreekMacedonia
The Derveni Papyrus is one of the most treasured exhibits of the Archaeological Museum of in , . The papyrus script dates between 340 and 320 BC. Find on .
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Incognito Q 18h
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