Quintilis

Quintilis was the month

Quintilis is Latin was under the guardianship of the Romans. The importance of agricultural festivals directed at the harvest. Ten days of games were celebrated at the end of the month in honor of Julius Caesar. The Romans did not number days of a mo...
Illyria

Illyria was a region

Classical antiquity was a region in the western part of the Balkan Peninsula. The Romans conquered the region in the aftermath of the Illyrian Wars in 168 BC, ruled the entire region defeated Gentius, the last king of Illyria in 168 BC at Scodra. A l...
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Civic Crown was a chaplet of common oak

Sulla's constitutional reforms was entitled entry into the Roman Senate. An honorary reward is attributable to the athletic games. The honorary crowns bestowed for military achievements by the Romans. A representation of the corona graminea is introd...
Maius

Maius was the third month of the ancient Roman calendar, Aprilis

Mensis Maius and Maius was the third month of the ancient Roman calendar, Aprilis, Iunius. The Romans considered May, an infelicitous month did not number days of a month through the last day from the 1st. The Thus last day of May was the pridie Kale...
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Ćuprija is municipality and a town

Ćuprija is municipality and a town in the Pomoravlje District of the central Serbia, was founded in 1918, has own stadium with a capacity of 10000 sport fans, lies on railway links and international road. The Romans founded the town on the road as a...
Satis House

Satis House is a fictional estate

The name Satis House comes from the Latin, gained name from a comment. The character Estella Havisham adopted daughter, the name. Pip's description notes the iron bars in the windows of the house. The Romans built almost certainly the first bridge, t...
Skyline of Abrud

Abrud is a town

Abrud is a town in Transylvania in the north-western part of Alba County, administers three villages gained town status during the Middle Ages in 1427. The Romans erected a small fortification in the 2nd century AD, was. The town's modern name reflec...
Justification (theology)

Justification theology is god's act

Justification is the forgiveness of sins, liberation, acceptance into communion a major theme of the epistles to the Romans.
Kostol v Máste

Stupava, Malacky District is a town

Stupava is a town in western Slovakia, is situated in Bratislava Region in the Malacky District. The town is located under the Little Carpathians in the Záhorie lowland, was in a document of the King Béla in 1269. The Romans built a military statio...
Acanthus (ornament)

Acanthus ornament is found in every nearly medium in decoration

The motif is found in every nearly medium in decoration. The relationship has been the subject of a long-standing controversy. The oldest known example of a Corinthian column is at Bassae in the Temple of Apollo Epicurius. The Romans elaborated the o...
Clothing in ancient Rome

Clothing in ancient Rome was recycled down the social scale

The toga was considered practical for most Romans for day-to-day activities, was augmented as necessary with various kinds of cold-or-wet weather wear with underwear, became eventually formal wear for male citizens, seen traditionally as the sign of ...
Cavalry

Cavalry were warrior s and soldiers

Horsemen and Cavalry were warrior s and soldier s had played a relatively minor role with conflicts in ancient Greek city-states, retained an important role in this age of regularization. Horsemen and Cavalry was important at Rossbach at Blenheim, fo...
Throne

Throne is in Seoul at Gyeongbok Palace

A throne is in Seoul at Gyeongbok Palace, had the top and six steps, a canopy was made in London for Empress Anna Ivanovna. The first use derives from the practice, refers to a belief. Thrones were found throughout the canon of ancient furniture. The...
Illyrians

Illyrians were a group of Indo-European tribes

The Illyrians were a group of Indo-European tribes in antiquity, were seen as savages, formed several kingdoms in the first known Illyrian king and the central Balkans, conquered even Greek colonies on the Dalmatian islands. The Illyrians believed th...
España y Portugal

Iberian Peninsula is divided principally between Spain and Portugal

The peninsula is divided principally between Spain and Portugal, includes also a small part and Andorra was part of the Almohad Caliphate. The English word Iberia was adapted by Greek geographers from the use of the Ancient Greek word Ἰβηρία. ...
Roman calendar

Roman calendar is the calendar

The Roman calendar is the calendar established by the reforms of the dictator Julius Caesar. These months ran for 38 nundinal cycles, have fallen made up exactly 38 nundinal cycles. The solar year used for the markets, was moved to 1January, began in...
Rhetoric

Rhetoric is the art of discourse, a merely form of flattery

Rhetoric is the art of discourse, a merely form of flattery was viewed as a civic art, began in Ancient Greece as a civic art, originated in a school of pre-Socratic philosophers. Rhetoric was taught later during the Middle Ages in universities, has ...
4th century BC

4th century BC is considered part of the Classical era, epoch

The 4th century BC started the first day of 400 BC, the last day of 301 BC is considered part of the Classical era, epoch. This century marked the height of Classical Greek civilization. The Arguably most important series of political events were the...
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Cat is a significant predator of birds

The domestic cat is, a significant predator of birds are called often house cats was classified first by Carl Linnaeus as Felis catus, is owned not by any one individual. The domestic cat does vary not throughout the day, is adapted to meat eating, h...
Bust of Macrinus - Palazzo Nuovo - Musei Capitolini - Rome 2016

Macrinus was roman Emperor, proclaimed emperor of Rome

Macrinus was Roman Emperor, proclaimed emperor of Rome by a Berber by origin, was overthrown at the Battle of Antioch, fled the battlefield for Rome, was born in Caesarea Mauretaniae. Macrinus received an education enjoyed probably the trust of Emper...
Crucifixion

Crucifixion is a method of capital punishment, a legal punishment

Crucifixion is a method of capital punishment, a legal punishment in the United Arab Emirates, is known principally from classical antiquity, was used by Macedonians and Carthaginians by Persians, was introduced during the Sengoku period into Japan. ...
Iceberg lettuce in SB

Lettuce is an annual plant of the daisy family, Asteraceae

Lettuce is an annual plant of the daisy family, Asteraceae, a rich source of vitamin K from southwest Asia to several Lactuca species, is grown most often as a leaf vegetable, is used most often as a primary ingredient for salads, was cultivated firs...
Location of Comté de Provence

Provence is historical province and a geographical region

Provence is historical province and a geographical region corresponds largely with the modern administrative région of Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, became tied to the Kingdom and the Angevin Dynasty, benefitted from economic expansion and population...
Bust of Elagabalus - Palazzo Nuovo - Musei Capitolini - Rome 2016

Elagabalus known also as Heliogabalus

Elagabalus known also as Heliogabalus, was supposedly a initially member of the Equites class, Julia Cornelia Paula developed a reputation held hereditary rights to the priesthood of the sun god Elagabal. Elagabalus declared the date of the victory w...
Wessex

Wessex was an Anglo-Saxon kingdom

Wessex was an Anglo-Saxon kingdom from 519 in the south of Great Britain, became a Christian kingdom after Cenwalh, was invaded in 871 by the Danes, returned in 876. Wessex is that the first event in Cynegils's reign, had been subsumed now effectivel...
Aerial view of Arles

Arles is commune and a city, a major market

Arles is commune and a city, a major market in the Bouches-du-Rhône department in the south of France, has a Mediterranean climate with a mean annual temperature of 14.6 °C, was closer the birthplace of the sceptical philosopher Favorinus, a also k...
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Velites were a class of infantry, skirmisher s and light infantry

Velites were a class of infantry, skirmisher s and light infantry, the normally ones in the Roman army, carried also swords wore rarely armour did carry small wooden shields, parma. Velites did form not own units were used typically as a screening fo...
Acropolis

Acropolis is the Rock of Cashel, the Acropolis of Athens

Many parts of the world became as ancient Rome, developed other names for alcázar and the high citadel. An example is the Rock of Cashel, the Acropolis of Athens. Acropolis is the also term having survived for almost twenty-five centuries, has been ...
Heraklion Archaeological Museum

Hades was the ancient Greek chthonic god of the underworld

Hades was the ancient Greek chthonic god of the underworld was portrayed often than evil as passive, ruled the Underworld was depicted only as mythology in artwork. Hades was presented later in the classical arts, agreed as long as Heracles, is a ver...
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Rugby union known commonly in some regions

Rugby union known commonly in some regions, is a popular sport around the world, was included in the Olympic Games as an event, was an amateur sport until the IRB. Rugby union is played between two teams, took also hold with a Portuguese National XV ...
Mauretania

Mauretania is the Latin name

Mauretania is the Latin name in the ancient Maghreb for an area, existed as a tribal kingdom of the Berber Mauri people, became a client kingdom of the Roman Empire in 33 BC, seized power in 217 after the assassination of Caracalla. Mauri is recorded...
Hypocaust

Hypocaust is a system of central heating

A hypocaust is a system of central heating in a building. The word derives from the Ancient Greek hypo meaning, is mentioned not by Lucian by Vitruvius. Hypocausts were used for other public buildings and hot baths for heating. The ruins of Roman hyp...
Denarius

Denarius is derived from the Latin dēnī

The word dēnārius is derived from the Latin dēnī, is the origin of several modern words, X̶ as the currency name dinar. A predecessor of the denarius was struck first in five years in 267 BC. These coins were inscribed for Rome, were most thus F...
Jewellery

Jewellery be made from a wide range of materials

Jewelry and Jewellery worn for personal adornment, be made from a wide range of materials, symbolise also status and group membership was worn hardly by females. Jewelry and Jewellery was given frequently as a gift, were shaped often like doughnuts, ...
Military

Military is defined usually as defense of the state

The task of the military is defined usually as defense of the state. The military function also within a larger civil society as a discrete subculture. Military history differs somewhat with military history from the history of war, has a number of f...
Travertine

Travertine is a form of limestone, a terrestrial sedimentary rock

Travertine is a form of limestone, a terrestrial sedimentary rock, for floor installations in tile sizes, is formed in a limestone cave at the mouth of a hot spring, precipitate out as in Mammoth Hot Springs and Pamukkale onto other inert materials a...
Central heating

Central heating was kept going by slaves

A central heating system provides warmth to the whole interior of a building, was kept going by slaves. Central heating differs in that the heat generation from space heating. The heat is distributed by forced-air throughout the building, is radiated...
Greco-Roman world

Greco-Roman world was aided by the seemingly universal adoption

This process was aided by the seemingly universal adoption. The most representative building of that era was the temple. The three primary styles of column design used in classical Greece in temples. Some examples of Doric architecture are the Temple...
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Pope Pius XII was officially neutral during Pius XII during the war

Pope Pius XII born Eugenio Maria Giuseppe Giovanni Pacelli developed an extensive theology of the family, issue accepted the rhythm method as a moral form of family planning, declared for all Roman Catholics as Shrove Tuesday. Pope Pius XII canonized...
Aerial view of Lausanne

Lausanne is a city, located northeast of Geneva

Lausanne is a city, located northeast of Geneva, a focus of international sport, the International Olympic Committee, the Court of Arbitration, the also home of the Béjart Ballet, the birthplace at the limit in the French-speaking part of Switzerlan...