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Links 1 through 9 of 9 by Michel Vuijlsteke tagged rome

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Es ist falsch die Varusschlacht als historischen Wendepunkt aufzufassen, wie dies geschichtswissenschaftlich Unkundige gerade in diesen Tagen wiederholt propagieren,

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It is not a terribly shocking improvement of our knowledge of the past, but it is interesting that all this can be deduced from one, exceptionally damaged inscription.

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It turns out the aqueduct is of Roman origin. It begins in an ancient swamp in Syria, which has long since dried out, and extends for 64 kilometers on the surface before it disappears into three tunnels, with lengths of 1, 11 and 94 kilometers. The longest previously known underground water channel of the antique world -- in Bologna -- is only 19 kilometers long.

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ce the Roman Empire held sway, but it's thriving on a dozen fictional planets. Somehow, aliens love to imitate the glory that was Rome. Here are the greatest interplanetary toga parties.

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Weinig zo fijn om te horen voro een historicus als "we moeten onze geschiedneisboeken herschrijven".

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