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BEHIND THE SCENES 📸 | It was a busy morning for the players last Saturday as they took part in a social media shoot before training.
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César Figueiredo Sep 24
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Theresa Sep 24
When all else fails, HOPE does not put us to shame. Call it good vibes, positive thinking or affirmation, I know a fancier word for it. HOPE. Horses and chariots will shame you. My GOD cannot. When positive vibing, check the source! 5:5 20:7
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Roura Sep 22
was first used by the to refer to an Ancient White tribe (The Afri / Ifri tribe) in the North, it's the old name of a Northern African land (Ifriqiya) that mostly lies in present day .
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Mark Hoyle Sep 21
Reconstruction of the temple of Saturn in the Forum
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Bath City FC Sep 24
KIT LAUNCH 👕 | Our 2020/21 kit is being launched just after 6pm! Keep those 'crazy eyes' peeled. 👀
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Swindon Museum and Art Gallery Sep 24
Ceramic Bird, Turtle Wanborough 1st-4th Century AD Excavations from 1966-1976 near Wanborough of a Romano-British town, Durocornovium, discovered a large number of brooches (or Fibulae) including these two zoomorphic (animal shaped) designs.
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Mark Hoyle Sep 18
More Roman reconstructions. This one of the barracks at Chesters Roman Fort
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Mark Hoyle Sep 17
Reconstruction of The Temple of Bacchus, Baalbek, Lebanon
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Rubén Montoya Sep 20
One of the things I love the most is biking from home to , Caput Celtiberiae, through an ancient road... stopping by unexcavated villas 🏛🏺🌞🌿🌍
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Trimontium Trust Sep 23
The marked the anniversary of the rededication of the Temple of Apollo in the Campus Martius on 23rd September, when they also honoured Latona. Latona was the Roman equivalent of Leto, mother of Apollo and Diana. Three columns of the Temple of Apollo still stand.
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Digging For Meaning Podcast Sep 21
Recycling 'fundamentally alters the record that [humans] leave behind', that is, it completely alters the archaeological record!
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Dr Yasemin Allsop MBE Sep 22
To make sense of today we need to go to the time before the ,before the ,before the . We need to go back to ,the . Join and her friend Ben for an epic journey!
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Chester Romans Sep 24
| 2020 is making us adapt and overcome! We're hosting our first ever virtual recruitment events on the 3rd October and 22nd October via Microsoft Teams. All the information you need to become a youth, junior or adult Roman in 2021. Get in touch for details
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Segedunum Roman Fort & Museum Sep 22
*OBJECT OF THE WEEK* polished stone axe found at the fort. were interested in unusual objects found in the fields such as fossils & prehistoric tools. Did they recognise it as an object made by man or something supernatural?
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Portable Antiquities Sep 23
It's Coin Relief time! This week we're looking at the coinage of Antoninus Pius, one of the "Five Good Emperors". Read it here:
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Bath City FC Academy 6h
Disappointed with the score line from last night.. Good Luck to in the next round and for the rest of the season 🤞 No time to dwell⏰ there’s work to be done 💪 ⬛️⬜️
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Roman Archaeology News Sep 23
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HaikuHistory Sep 23
Goes through many names Settles for something sacred Founds autocracy
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Hannah Flowerday Sep 23
My favourite place on earth 😍 Hadrian’s Wall is so breathtaking!
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