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1. Seat of the Antichrist Both Weak and Strong - How Does this Speak of Europe?
May 29, 2018

Modern versions of eschatological thought concerning the appearance of the antichrist are more varied today than at any other time in the last century. The idea that modern Europe is the seat of the antichrist remains the most acceptable viewpoint among students and scholars of prophecy. The idea of a revived Roman empire comes largely from Revelation 17, but the true identity of the antichrist’s kingdom is found in Revelation 17: 9. “And here is the mind which hath wisdom. The seven heads are seven mountains, on which the woman sitteth.” While there are over forty cities some... (read more)

Author: Michael Bresciani

2. Italian Residential Trips: When in Rome, Do as the Romans Do
March 19, 2018

It can be hard for a history or classics teacher to bridge the gap between the past and the present. This is why a residential trip can be so important when the past you are trying to teach happened more than 2000 years ago. But what if, more than just seeing the ruins of the great Roman Empire in Rome, your students could actually see it as it would have been? What if they could step back in time? The Time Elevator While time travel technology may be a way off still, the organisers of the immersive cinematic experience the Time Elevator in Rome, have found a way to take your pupils ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

3. Meet the Ghosts of Rome's Pivotal Emperors
July 17, 2017

For those looking for a true immersion in the history of Rome, tours on foot are the best way of gaining an authentic perspective on the city's iconic landmarks. You'll encounter in person the architecture and monuments you know so well from photographs, and you’ll create lifelong memories of one of the most astounding cities in the world. Join an expert guide on one of the small group Rome tours and follow in the footsteps of the most powerful and influential leaders of the Roman Empire. The Ara Pacis: Augustus When Augustus (the first Emperor of Rome) returned to the city after an... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

4. The Fountains of Rome
July 17, 2017

In Ancient Rome, water was an enduring motif, symbolic of its life-giving properties, but also admired for its aesthetic value. Water features appeared in the grandest gardens of the Roman Empire, and many of the fountains that decorated the streets of Rome were considered masterpieces in their own right. The sculptors and architects responsible for the city's iconic fountains are among some of the most important artists and craftsmen of their time, and the detail and beauty of their works is extraordinary. Today, you can marvel at the most famous of these fountains on the best Rome tours... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

5. Roman Croatia: Must-See Classical Sites
January 31, 2017

Whilst Rome certainly is a terrific place to visit to see remains from the almighty Roman Empire, that is not to say that it is the only place. Rome’s was an Empire that reached every corner of Europe, leaving behind many classical amphitheatres, temples, forums and other great monuments. Many of these have been brilliantly preserved and provide us with a glimpse as to what life was like back in these times. In addition to this, you can enjoy these awe-inspiring sights without the huge crowds and lengthy queues that you inevitably face in Rome. One country where there is still plenty of ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

6. Most of popular sport betting strategies
August 31, 2016

In the beginning of modern time, Roman Empire, first settlers, betting in sport was established almost long as the sport itself. The first bet was among the fans sitting next to each other at some event and place some bet on their team to win. You also know that when in your home, you bet with your better half, usually it’s not money bet. Anyway, that is just an example how much the betting is in our blood and DNA. Generations and generations have put their bets in the past since the beginning of time. In Gladiator fights we first see the organized betting, and also first fixed fights. That is... (read more)

Author: Alex Greene

7. Hollywood Classic 'Ben-Hur' Gets Modern Remake
August 17, 2016

"Ben-Hur", the 1959 movie epic that won 11 Oscars, has received a Hollywood revamp – but its makers say the famed chariot race still relies on humans and horses, not special effects. "Boardwalk Empire" actor Jack Huston takes on the role for which the late Charlton Heston was named Best Actor, playing the young Jewish noble Judah Ben-Hur, who is sent into slavery by Roman occupiers but returns to take his revenge. "If you think about the climate of the world...... (read more)

8. Exploring Málaga's Past Through Architecture and Monuments
April 19, 2016

While you’re enjoying your holiday, getting the perfect suntan and enjoying the nightlife, consider this – Málaga’s history goes back over 2,800 years, making this fast-paced modern city one of the oldest in the world. Under the protection of the Roman Empire, Málaga grew into a prosperous and important city. Thanks to its large and busy port, Málaga became a dominant commercial crossroads. But as the Roman Empire faded away, so too did Málaga decline. It was only in the 18th century that it began to regain some of its former glory, eventually growing into the vibrant city that we know to... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

9. Rubber Tyred Gantry Crane to Lift Heavy Things
April 18, 2016

Nonetheless, with the decrease and fall of the Roman Empire cranes vanished from Europe for very nearly eight hundred years, before making a return in the medieval times, from the late twelfth century onwards. So, awesome a win was the reintroduction of these machines, that they were fundamental to the broad working of Gothic basilicas in nations crosswise over Europe amid the late medieval times. An extra use for the rubber tyred gantry crane was likewise found amid this same period, they were impending found in verging on each harbor, lifting products and freight to and from boats and also h... (read more)

Author: Brian Wilson

10. Mother Angelica, Founder of EWTN, Dies
March 27, 2016

Mother Mary Angelica, a Roman Catholic nun who transformed a television studio in a monastery garage into a global media empire, died Easter Sunday.  She was 92.  Born in the small northern U.S. city of Canton, Ohio, she was known to the world as Mother Angelica, the founder of the Eternal Word Television Network. Old episodes of her television show "Mother Angelica Live" continue to run and have remained a programming staple on EWTN, which she founded in 1981. With only $200 in the bank, she began broadcasting her show out of that rural Alabama garage in the so... (read more)

11. Everything You Want To Know About Masonry Landscaping
March 16, 2016

The art of masonry has been around for some time and dates back to the days of the Romans who built the coliseum using materials that resemble concrete as we know it; these stone specialists inspired modern road construction as is evident in the ancient Roman Empire. Masonry, when done correctly will easily add some beauty personality to any backyard. There are different materials that are used by masonry contractors but the most common ones include limestone, concrete, tile, bricks, marble, stucco and stone among others. The greatest advantage of masonry landscaping is the once it has bee... (read more)

Author: Richard Conard

12. Reasons to Visit Briançon and How to Get There
January 11, 2016

Briançon is a hidden gem among the towns of the French Alps. Situated in its breath-taking position on the French-Italian border since the age of the Western Roman Empire, this charming town is full of characteristic architecture and a rich and interesting history. Its main attractions are its lasting fortifications, built by Sebastian Le Prestre de Vauban. The Defensive Fortifications The Salettes, the Three Heads and the Randouillet forts are the most famous in Briançon and all make a fascinating visit for anyone with an avid interest in military history. The gates to the town and ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

13. A Succinct History and Cultural Overview of France
April 06, 2015

The geographical location of France made it a susceptible meeting ground for prowling tribesmen from the north and east and seafaring invaders from the west. It was because of its very location that France found itself in the middle of the converging streams of people which reached its peak at the fall of the Roman Empire. A melting pot of peoples Gauls, who sleeted from a Celtic people in Western Europe, are the direct intimates of the French people as well as a melting pot of Bretons, Aquitanians, Iberians and Greeks from the south of France. Later came the Germans from the north made up o... (read more)

Author: Ashutosh Diwedi

14. Was Jesus A Roman Invention and Is There Reincarnation?
July 28, 2014

The purpose of this article is to take 2 seemingly controversial unrelated subjects and show, in actuality, that they are linked with much supporting evidence. Debunking the debunkers Firstly, because of the controversy, I have decided to take this opportunity to give some valuable pieces of evidence in support of my previous articles showing that the New Testament Jesus character did not exist and was an invention by the Roman Empire. They established their new religion, taking earlier mythological sun god men each with the same biography; virgin birth on December 25th, grows up t... (read more)

Author: Paul Philips

15. The Roots Of Fox Tracking
November 05, 2013

If you want to read helpful data about the newest trends when it comes to shooting supplies you can visit our web site. We offer the best data on the internet. Read Full Article AD 43 is regarded to be the year fox hunting was first discussed any where. This was during the reign of the Roman Empire. The Romans are believed to have created a variety of foxhound types. Nevertheless, the year 1340 is believed to be the time when formalization of medieval laws concerning hunting occurred and individuals began hunting for deer as well as foxes. 1534 in England was the year when modern means ... (read more)

Author: Lelia Crosslin

16. Byzantine Art
October 20, 2013

Byzantine art developed in Eastern Roman Empire between 5th and the mid of 15th century. It became the link between the classical art of Greece and Rome and later Western art and combined the naturalism of classical art and the abstract decorative features of Oriental Art. There was no clear boundaries between early Christian art and Byzantine art. The early beginning which Constantinople became the capital from 300 to 500 years was called the Byzantine period. Justinian's (527-565) reign ushered in the first golden age of Byzantine art. Between 8th and 9th century, a large number of paintings... (read more)

Author: Park Upton

17. The Sex Toy Revolution
October 18, 2013

Sex toy is no longer a trashy phrase. And people are getting used to the vocabularies that come along with that phrase. In fact, it is now a bold business and considered as legal. Just like fashion, sextoys have long history. Back in Paleolithic era, archaeologists have found what is believed to be a dildo made out of wood. During the Roman empire, a parade to worship god of sex was done by raising huge phallus on the streets. Soldiers who fought for war would leave their wives instruments to give them pleasure while the men were away. This fact leads to the use of sex toy centuries ago. ... (read more)

Author: Ross Taylor

18. Mediterranean cruise Holidays 2014
October 09, 2013

Planning a Cruise in 2014 here there are many options available to you choose from the Mediterranean has some fantastic destinations to choose from weather the historic city of Rome or ‘Jewel of the Adriatic’ Dubrovnik or ancient city of Istanbul the only city in the world to span two continents. These are just some of the fantastic cities to take it weather you take a eastern or western med cruise. Rome : You visit Rome without stopping at the Coliseum, The Coliseum was at the heart of the Roman empire, the sheer size of it is massive it was the biggest of the amphitheatre build by the R... (read more)

Author: Tom Clancy

19. Speed Involved in Most NY Crashes : Results Prove Costly
October 03, 2013

If you live in the Empire State, you probably know how expensive New York speeding tickets are. New York speeding tickets not only carry stiff fines and fees, but since New York employs a point system it can have other negative effects. It can result in increased auto insurance rates and suspension of your driving privileges. Are you aware of just how prevalent speed related accidents are? The alarming fact is that excessive speed is involved in most NY crashes. While New York speeding tickets are costly, they pale in comparison to the costs involved with speed related crashe... (read more)

Author: Tim Bor

20. Famous Race Tracks
September 13, 2013

Being a horse lover, my love for horse racing has reached a point where I keep exploring the Internet for anything related to horses racing. This curiosity has led me to read a lot about race tracks; one of the major deciding factor for any kind of horse race. Developments of race tracks are dated as early as ancient civilizations. The ancient Greeks and the Roman Empire were the stepping stones of race tracks; among the greatest names were the hippodromes of Ancient Greece and the circuses of the Roman Empire. The middle ages marked the years of public race courses. In the year 1780, the... (read more)

Author: William Steward

21. Renting an Apartment in Rome—The Way to Experience Roman History and Culture First-Hand
September 12, 2013

Experience the glory of the ancient Roman Empire. On your visit, become steeped in the rich history of one of the oldest cities in Europe. Viewing the architecture of the Italian capital offers you a glimpse into early Roman life and culture. There is so much to Roman life that you won’t want to stay just a few days. To get the most out of Rome, stay at least two weeks in an apartment in Rome. Then, you’ll be able to live like the Romans do. vacation rentals in Rome are the most economical way to enjoy an extended holiday in this city, and you can easily fine one online in close walking distan... (read more)

Author: Donald Grosvenor

22. With online games peoples are like in their own thrill city
September 07, 2013

Thrill City: Its human nature to savor the enjoyment of kills which is for this particular very reason that individuals around the world enjoy probably the most thrilling eliminating games upon video and games. Now this particular thrill with regard to killing goes back to individual’s years once the people accustomed to enjoy the actual fights in between gladiators within the days from the Roman Empire. Even today regardless to the fact that people have grown to be more processed the desire for eliminating have motivated many software program giants to create various eliminating games t... (read more)

Author: marc loader

23. Tips for Maintaining Cobblestone Paver Driveways
September 04, 2013

A cobblestone paver driveway is a style that has been around since the Roman Empire was in existence, and possibly longer. A cobblestone paver driveway is not smooth. The stones are rounded at the tops and this is part of the charm. They not only provide a classical look to the home, but it can add value to it. Maintaining this type of driveway is not difficult to do, because the cobblestones are very sturdy and easy to deal with. The article that you will find below, shows you how to properly maintain a cobblestone paver driveway. Step 1 – Initial Cleaning Make sure nothing is sitting on th... (read more)

Author: Vicky Smith

24. Tips to Maintain Cobblestone Paver Driveways
September 02, 2013

A cobblestone paver driveway is a style that has been around since the Roman Empire was in existence, and possibly longer. A cobblestone paver driveway is not smooth. The stones are rounded at the tops and this is part of the charm. They not only provide a classical look to the home, but it can add value to it. Maintaining this type of driveway is not difficult to do, because the cobblestones are very sturdy and easy to deal with. The article that you will find below, shows you how to properly maintain a pebble paver driveway. Step 1 – Initial Cleaning Make sure nothing is sitting on the dri... (read more)

Author: Vicky Smith

25. Maintain Cobblestone Paver Driveways
August 22, 2013

A cobblestone paver driveway is a style that has been around since the Roman Empire was in existence, and possibly longer. A cobblestone paver driveway is not smooth. The stones are rounded at the tops and this is part of the charm. They not only provide a classical look to the home, but it can add value to it. Maintaining this type of driveway is not difficult to do, because the cobblestones are very sturdy and easy to deal with. The article that you will find below, shows you how to properly maintain a cobblestone paver driveway. Step 1 – Initial Cleaning Make sure nothing is sitting on th... (read more)

Author: Vicky Smith

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