• Latin Captions Project
    Rufus in Pompeii. It has people performing various activities and the pillars are painted red to hide fingerprints. Page3: All official business was conducted in the Roman Forum. After a roman patronus received his clients, he would go to the Forum for business. Page 5: This picture of the atrium...
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  • colleseum
    hundreds of years before it was actually built, when the tastes of Roman citizens craved the excitement and blood desire of the gladiatorial games. Their taste for blood and this form of entertainment dates back to 264AD when the first recorded Roman gladiator fights took place in Rome. The main intentions...
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  • Vietnam Logistics Survey
    Nam can learn from Thailand about the logistics development process is that it takes time to develop, and the country must follow the proverb "Rome was not built in a day" if the Vietnamese seriously want to develop and improve their logistics system. My point of view is that the Vietnamese Government...
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  • The Story of Ancient Rome
    The story of ancient Rome is a tale of how a small community of shepherds in the central Italy grew to become one of the greatest empires in history, and then collapsed. According to Roman legend. Rome was founded in 753 B.C. By 275 B.C., it controlled most of the Italian Peninsula. In the A.D. 100's...
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  • Apocalypse: the Story of the Book of Revelation
    Apocalypse: The Story of the Book of Revelation 1. The word "Apocalypse" means revelation 2. The popular idea attached to the word "apocalypse", however, is one of a cataclysmic end of all things 3. Few have actually read the Book of Revelation, but everyone is familiar with the idea of Armageddon ...
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  • Wisdom Literature
    authorities or contained within political boundaries. The Egyptian Instruction of Amenemope shares a section with the Hebrew Book of Proverbs. Hippocrates’ Aphorisms was probably studied at the Academy of Gondishapur in Persia in the sixth and seventh centuries. The wisdom shared in most of these texts...
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  • Julius Caesar
    Julius Caesar was born on the thirteenth day of the month Quintilis in the year of 100 BC. His full name was Gaius Julius Caesar, the same as his father's. Gaius was his given name and Julius was his surname. He was a strong political and military leader who changed the history of the Greco-Roman world...
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  • Roman
    I. INTRODUCTION Roman empire is the greatest empire at the earth has ever known.The Roman Empire was one of the largest and most enduring empire in world history. Just a few centuries, Rome grew from a very small village in central Italy to the absolute dominant power of the entire peninsula....
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  • The Influence of Roman Engineering and Architecture
    2000 years since it was built. Even today, we still marvel at what incredible builders the Romans were, and at the sheer scale and integrity of many of their projects. It is hard to argue that today’s architecture will maintain the same lasting grandeur as that which the Romans built. If we can still...
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  • Ghetto Church
    slag, from the Latin word gettare, to pour or to cast. This Italian word was first used by the Venetians, who forced Jews to live behind walls in the most miserable part of the city near an iron foundry. The Ghetto in Venice was of course not the first nor the last European Jewish ghetto. As early as...
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  • Essay
    members of the Venetian elite. Answer Selected Answer: True Correct Answer: False . Question 3 .0 out of 1 points Auguste Rodin was told by a government official that he should put clothes on his overly sexualized figures in The Kiss. Answer Selected Answer: True Correct Answer:...
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  • Insula
    Insula In Ancient Rome the buildings referred to as Insula were as common as the modern apartment building. In Roman architecture an insula is a Latin word that means island. An insula was a kind of apartment building that housed most of the urban citizen population of ancient Rome, this included class...
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  • Essay
    divided into four principal ages: 1. The Classical (First) Ages: BC 3000-AD 476 (From early writings to the fall of Rome) 2. The Middle (Dark) Ages: AD 476-1453 (From the Fall of Rome to the Fall of Byzantium) 3. The New Ages: From 1453 to the French Revolution (1789) 4. The Recent or Near Ages: From...
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  • narrative report
    1. What was the name of Jesus’ mother? 2. What was the name of the garden where Adam and Eve lived? 3. With what food did Jesus feed 5,000 people? 4. What method did the Romans use to kill Jesus? 5. From which part of Adam’s body did God create Eve? 6. Who, when accused of being with Jesus...
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  • Western Civ
    some biblical proverbs) to political propaganda, satire, comic stories, and drama (perhaps the first recorded examples). What may have been the world's first fairy tale came from ancient Egypt. Oral communication helped spread the literature, and some myths appeared in later Roman stories. Collections...
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  • Arch1
    Caligula was corrupt and Nero was just as bad. “Bread and Circuses”- They had a lot of holidays and spectacles Theatre Amphitheater- Amphitheater takes bowl shape and makes it full circle. Hippodrome- is long open space, has curves at ends, turns into race track. Colosseum- Nero’s house was there...
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  • Solomon
    The biblical account of Solomon's reign contains criticisms; these criticisms illustrate the date of the narrative. Solomon was looked upon as a ruler of peace and welfare. He inherited his throne at a young age from King David. The land he inherited in 970 BC, Israel, ran all along the Mediterranean...
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  • Roman Coliseum
    Located in the center of Rome, just east of the Roman Forum stands one of the greatest architectural structures ever built by man. In 64 AD, under Emperor Nero, the Great Fire of Rome devastated the empire. Nero decided to take the land for himself and build the Domus Aurea along with a synthetic lake...
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  • Italy
    of Italy is Rome; Rome is the fourth-most populous city in the European. Italy became the most urbane destinations for its unique history and outstanding nature. Italy historical landmarks talk about its illustrious history. Beginning with it’s capital Rome; one of the...
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  • The Catacombs
    which was a story produced by National Geographic and aired on television some years ago. This story sparked my initial interest and intrigued me. I questioned the religious aspect of this practice and I wondered what type of people would do this. My initial thinking was that perhaps this was a cult...
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