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Explaining the maritime freight charges in Diocletian’s Price Edict

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Explaining the maritime freight charges in Diocletian’s Price Edict Walter Scheidel (Stanford University) Princeton/Stanford Working Papers in Classics, April (2013) Abstract In an article published in 2007, Pascal Arnaud explored the price...

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Diocletian's Roman Amphitheatre discovered in Split, Croatia - DigitalJournal.com

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Diocletian's Roman Amphitheatre discovered in Split, Croatia
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The discovery is part of the complex built by Emperor Diocletian, who retired to Split, and whose waterfront palace is the city's most important tourist attraction.
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Maze of ancient tunnels mapped to keep Rome from falling again - NBCNews.com

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Maze of ancient tunnels mapped to keep Rome from falling again
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Deep under the streets and buildings of Rome is a maze of tunnels and quarries that dates back to the very beginning of this ancient city.
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History Retweets: How Ancient Romans Created Social Media - Wall Street Journal (blog)

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History Retweets: How Ancient Romans Created Social Media
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Who invented social media? It wasn't the founders of Facebook, or Twitter, or even MySpace or Friendster.
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The Coen Brothers Are Writing a Movie Set in Ancient Rome - Grantland (blog)

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The Coen Brothers Are Writing a Movie Set in Ancient Rome
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We've seen Jeff Bridges as an old-timey, eye-patchy U.S. Marshal, but how about the Dude as a chill citizen of history's favorite empire?
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Did the Romans invent FACEBOOK? Ancient graffiti bragging about sexual ... - Daily Mail

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Archaeologists discover fate of ancient port serving Rome - UPI.com

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UPI.com Archaeologists discover fate of ancient port serving Rome UPI.com Built by the emperor Trajan in the second century, Portus could host 350 ships at a time bringing grain, wine, oil, slaves and luxuries to the Roman capital from all over the...
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Downfall of Ancient Greece Caused by 300-Year Drought - The Weather Channel

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Downfall of Ancient Greece Caused by 300-Year Drought
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A sharp drop in rainfall may have led to the collapse of several eastern Mediterranean civilizations, including ancient Greece, around 3,200 years ago.

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Germ Theory: How Disease And Climate Change Fell The Roman Empire - KGOU

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Germ Theory: How Disease And Climate Change Fell The Roman Empire
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You've written a lot about ancient Rome, issues like slavery in that part of the world at that time, sexual ethics. What is interesting about these topics to you?
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Roman eagle rises again in London after 2000 years - The Independent

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Roman eagle rises again in London after 2000 years
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In Britain, the only other similar known image of an eagle with a snake is a sculpture from a Roman villa in Somerset.
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The man behind the emperor: Augustus show opens in Rome - The Malaysian Insider

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The man behind the emperor: Augustus show opens in Rome The Malaysian Insider A political genius, a great reformer, a patron of the arts - but ancient Rome's first emperor Augustus was also a family man, as highlighted in a new exhibition that...
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5 free things to do and see in Rome, from ancient roads to modern architecture - Calgary Herald

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5 free things to do and see in Rome, from ancient roads to modern architecture
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The Ancient Appian Way was built in the fourth century B.C. by the censor Appius Claudius as a road to connect Rome with southern Italy.
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Archaeologist Unearths New Perspective on Ancient Roman Statue - Le Provacteur (subscription)

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Le Provacteur (subscription) Archaeologist Unearths New Perspective on Ancient Roman Statue Le Provacteur (subscription) The marble statue, which seems to be carved into what can be interpreted as a storyboard, references significant historical...
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Mike Anderson's Ancient History Blog: The Ascendancy of Octavian

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At this point, we introduce a chronology documenting the moves Octavian made in his effort to take control of the Roman world. I believe that seeing these in a list helps to frame the stratagem and the extent of his efforts.
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Tunnels under Rome: inspires thumbs up to Romecraft - Christian Science Monitor

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Examiner.com Tunnels under Rome: inspires thumbs up to Romecraft Christian Science Monitor Here is a chance to read the news, learn about ancient Rome, explore architecture, history, modern and ancient engineering methods, and civics lessons all in...
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Labyrinth of ancient Roman tunnels is mapped to stop Italy's capital ... - Daily Mail

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Myths of Mankind: The Mahabharata (Ancient History Documentary)

“Myths of Mankind: The Mahabharata (Ancient History Documentary) Maha in Sanskrit means big and bharata refers to the great emperor Bharat, whose empire was k...”


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Ancient Roman Villa and SPA Discovered by Archaeologists in Greece - Greek Reporter

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Greek Reporter Ancient Roman Villa and SPA Discovered by Archaeologists in Greece Greek Reporter Ancient Roman Villa and SPA Archaeologists working in the Katounistra area, in the spa town of Loutraki near the Corinth Ishthmus, Greece on Saturday...
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When in Rome, undergraduates dig into history - USC News

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... classical art and archaeology in the Department of Art History.
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My Roman Holiday - Huffington Post

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My Roman Holiday
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The Gran Melia proves that theory wrong and breaks the mold by combining the modern American with the ancient Roman history.
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Wonders of Europe-10: The Eternal City of Rome-Journey through Roman ... - Bellevision

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NGC Ancients: A Survey of Roman Gold — Part 1 - CoinWeek

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NGC Ancients: A Survey of Roman Gold — Part 1
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This month, NGC Ancients examines the evolution of Roman gold coins from the end of the Republic to the fourth century.
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PICTURES: Ancient Roman lead coffin dug up in field - Tamworth Herald

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Tamworth Herald PICTURES: Ancient Roman lead coffin dug up in field Tamworth Herald THE coffin may be more than 1,700 years old according to early estimates, but that does not mean that its occupant should be treated differently to anybody else,...
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Were the Early Christians Really Persecuted? | Cold Case Christianity

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The early students of the Apostles described the martyrdom of their teachers in ancient non-Biblical documents. They also described the persecution of other early Christians. Clement of Rome (80-140 AD) confirmed Peter ...
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