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Legonium Dec 2
ille id fecit : he did it : This crayon cartoon by made me laugh. Here it is in .
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The Latin Programme Dec 4
Latin word of the day: ceno, cenare, cenavi, cenatus - dine, eat dinner
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Digital Maps of the Ancient World Nov 26
Latin word of the day: hiems, hiemis f. = winter Roman mosaic of the personification of Winter. Bignor Roman Villa.
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The Latin Programme Dec 3
Latin word of the day: teneo, tenere, tenui, tentus - hold, keep
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Legonium Nov 30
It’s been over a year since I last posted this. Still my favourite joke.
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Digital Maps of the Ancient World Dec 2
Latin word of the day: vinum, -i n. = wine Roman lion-head lenos sarcophagus showing Cupids making wine. c. 290 AD. Getty Villa.
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Legonium Dec 3
Replying to @SparkNotes
Everyday the bird consumed Prometheus’s liver, and by night the consumed liver would grow back.
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Sue Brunning Dec 2
Replying to @SueBrunningBM
Case 2: the Franks Casket, an 8thC whalebone box carved with scenes from Roman & Jewish history, the New Testament & N European mythology, explained in & . Fittingly for the season, the right-hd scene depicts the 3 Magi bringing gifts to Jesus.
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Digital Maps of the Ancient World Dec 3
Latin word of the day: dolus, -i m. = trickery Odysseus and Polyphemus, painting by Jacob Jordaens, 1635.
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Digital Maps of the Ancient World Nov 27
Latin word of the day: murus, -i m. = wall Still intact frescoes walls of the Villa of Mysteries, Pompeii.
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Digital Maps of the Ancient World Dec 4
Latin word of the day: propago, propagare, propagavi, propagatum = I spread The Cyrus Cylinder, c. 538 BC. A piece of propaganda written in cuneiform on behalf of Cyrus the Great after the conquest of Babylon.
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Digital Maps of the Ancient World Dec 1
Latin word of the day: aedifico, aedificare, aedificavi, aedificatum = I build Tombstone of P. Ferrarius Hermes to his family, showing measuring instruments and toiletry items. Archaeological Museum, Florence.
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trippbot Nov 30
"novus ordo seclorum" — new order of the ages
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Mr Boogie 🇺🇬🇫🇷🇬🇧 Nov 30
Check out ⭐ Vol 2⃣3⃣3⃣ ⭐ with ’s Mr Boogie a.k.a The proudly celebrating 1⃣0⃣ years on 🎉🎈🍾 ➡️ .
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Dr. Elke Close Nov 30
For the last few months, I have started illustrating the Latin version of with Lego scenes. First on Instagram and then on Facebook. Now it’s time for Twitter to meet !
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Nevada JCL 25m
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Last Hours Dec 4
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circular sound Dec 1
FOR SALE NEW RELEASES from ORIGINAL GRAVITY LTD EDITIONS 7" SINGLES / EP's brit pop cover versions r'n'b revivalist rock steady as played on the RADIO ONLINE DJs Andy Hill / Sean Chapman in "Chills & Fever"
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Chef Spidey Dec 2
After almost 4 hours of studies it’s now time for another &T and My second of two @alwil26 gave Me...
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Paul Found Nov 27
Currently doing my best to undo the work of one Mr de Salis and get back on the curriculum...
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