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Replying to @Scaramucci
“Pecunia non olet” (Ancient Romans motto)
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Ancient history..literally! Ancient Rome & Greece had a chattel slavery economy (gross). White people have been slaves too. History is fascinating.
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Sister Pierre's is a newly opened Tavern serving up delectable Ancient Rome themed cuisine. The charred vine-ripened tomatoes on Chinese steamed buns is a real crowd pleaser.
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🎃 SpookySpartus 🎃 retweeted
Ancient Romans tried to boost their fertility rates, but it didn't work out well. As modern studies show, it is difficult to get humans to breed. We are going the way of the panda. Pretty interesting paper from 1921, so just 100 years old. web.archive.org/web/20210217…
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El Paseo Maritimo retweeted
Napoleon crowned himself emperor #onthisday in 1804. This coin harks back to ancient Rome to emphasise his power ow.ly/Oo9Z306B3Ja
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Replying to @tedcruz
The nazis didn’t even invent that salute anyways. It dates back to ancient Rome. Its a fucking Roman salute. I say people should quit crying over gestures and symbols.
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Touched by a Sasquatch retweeted
It’s #MosaicMonday! Let the beautiful details in this border transport you to the C1st BCE of ancient Rome. Gorgeous birds poised amidst the flowing foliage. 🏛 Rome, Musei Capitolini, Centrale Montemartini 📸 Fabia Brunori
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It's not ancient Rome. Ancient Egypt
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Replying to @halforcforge
They look beautiful! I bet they love these presents. I got some very old Ancient Rome coins for my wedding and they’re absolutely amazing
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Sp0oky Lux retweeted
Despite what you may have read, lead poisoning from pipes in Ancient Rome was uncommon. The high calcium water from reservoirs created a resistant coating that prevented leaching. Lead in food, cosmetics and medicines were more common sources of poisoning.
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Replying to @guillermsies
It gets worse! What about irregular NOUNS?! I I was watching a YouTube video of a university lecture, & the prof was telling how the ancient Romans believed they could tell the future by examining the livers of “gooses”! [geese!] — timestamp 24:24 in invidious.fdn.fr/RgpCi2ZdEiU
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yo ding dong man ding dong ding dong yo retweeted
If Walk Hard took place on Arrakis.
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All life on earth originates here on earth, plants, animals, humans, etc. So we can look at the earth as a life bearing planet, and see how it is symbolic of a mother which is fine, but we don’t worship the earth or have any idols like the ancient Romans had Gaia.
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