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Super interview ⁦@BelRTL⁩ avec ⁦@SergeJonckers⁩ pour la sortie de #Katrijn en Belgique #EncreDeNuit #roman
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Sergi Alacid retweeted
In #Roman religion, Faunus was the horned god of forest, plains & fields. His name is from the Latin favere' - to be favourable. In this Roman sculpture (a copy of a #Greek one), Faunus is with Daphnis, his lover, teaching him the pan flute -the Romans equated Faunus to Pan
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Sue Stroud she/her 🍊❤️💪🏼 retweeted
Happy December, originally the 10th month in the #Roman Calendar & originally a month of 29 days - it increased to 31days following the Julian Calendar reforms . It was a busy month of festivals with Saturnalia (a bit like Christmas) & the birthday of Sol Invictus on the 25th.
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Happy December everyone! 🎉 December, from the Latin 'decem' ('ten'), was originally the tenth month of the Roman calendar. Religiously significant, it saw festivals like the all-woman Bona Dea and the public holiday of Saturnalia. #Classics #History #December #Roman
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Stephen Robey retweeted
This is our local, tiny and ephemeral Iron Age #Hillfort of Castlesteads on 'The Helm', Oxenholme, #Kendal here in #Cumbria. The ramparts on the steeper sides have eroded away. Away in the distance is Watercrook #Roman fort in the bend of the R. Kent. #HillfortsWednesday #Lidar
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Sue Stroud she/her 🍊❤️💪🏼 retweeted
#ReliefWednesday - The Projecta Casket: one of the surviving masterpieces of Roman silverware, ca. AD 380, decorated with various scenes in relief - with gilded highlights - including a toilet of Venus. #Roman Image: British Museum (1866,1229.1). Link -britishmuseum.org/collection…
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ᴮᴱtourguidemitra ⁷💜 🐋 retweeted
This image, curtesy of the @VAMuseums shows a range of beautiful #Roman glassware from the 3rd century. The Romans were skilled glassmakers with glass objects in domestic contexts of every kind made through blowing and casting.
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eu pad retweeted
#EpigraphyTuesday – The Risingham Dedication Slab: a rather fetching military dedication to the divinities of the Emperors. #Roman 🧵 Image: Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Cambridge (D 1970.5.1-2). Link - collections.maa.cam.ac.uk/ob…
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Jersey Jay from CNJ retweeted
#classicstwitter LatinNow did it again: They published a fully #openaccess book on #Roman Everyday Writing‼️ Both manuals will be super useful for those interested in writing in #antiquity. I will certainly be using these #teaching in future classes.
OPEN ACCESS📢Vol.1 of the Manual of Roman Everyday Writing is out! Written by Alex Mullen @UniofNottingham Alan Bowman @CsadOxford. Find out all about the scripts Romans used to write their everyday texts! We even put videos in the book.. bit.ly/MREW1 @ERC_Research 1/6
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Des puissances qui se confrontent sur tous les océans De nouvelles armes qui rebattent les cartes Des #espions qui changent de camp Des agences de #renseignement qui mobilisent leurs meilleurs officiers Un ex-agent 🇨🇵 rattrapé par son passé #espionnage #thriller #roman #spynovel
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Katherine Torres-Monro retweeted
A small but charming #Roman bronze figurine of a dormouse holding a nut (height 2.7 cm). The edible dormouse was a delicacy in Roman times. It was considered a delicious dish of the rich and a symbol of prosperity. From Oberstimm, Bavaria, ca. 100 AD. 1/2 #RomanArchaeology
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Kemal Koçak retweeted
Çanlar Kimin İçin Çalıyor - Ernest Hemingway, Bilgi Yayınevi, Çeviren: Erol Mutlu #ÇanlarKiminİçinÇalıyor #ErnestHemingway #BilgiYayınevi #ErolMutlu #DünyaEdebiyat #Roman Satış için 👇 nadirkitap.com/canlar-kimin-…
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On the first day of her legendary #AdventCalendar @josierones goes #ROMAN @EHHadriansWall
Here's my virtual advent calendar of my favourite WALLS: Day one. *opens door* Hadrian’s.
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