Ancient Chinese society was very much a hierarchy of classes. At the top, of course, was the Imperial Family which included the Emperor. The main groups (in no particular order) were: artisans, potters and weavers merchants, e.g. bankers and traders officials, e.g. scholars and scribes peasant farmers
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“Rome may be overflowing with restaurants, but many are mediocre, overpriced, and cater to tourists. So where should you really eat when in Rome? Here are five trusted Roman ristorantes that the tourist books don’t tell you about.”
GusandPauline Barker's insight:
So true. Lots of family run eateries cooking in the old style, plastic tablecloths and usually frequented by Romans. Go cheap n cheerful, often a pleasant surprise. Backstreets a good bet
Legendary actor Brian Blessed is joined by an expert on Roman warfare to narrate a look at the various "throwing" weapons found in Creative Assembly's newly released Total War: Rome II. These include slings, pilum and ...
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