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Reviled and Ostracised: the Plight of Women

‘Well behaved women rarely make history.’
Eleanor Roosevelt

Imagine yourself sitting in a magnificent citadel and outside you can hear the roar of men as they charge at each other.

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Babylon 3D (Pictures...beautiful pictures!)

Sadly missed this beautiful visual reconstruction site throughout our Sunday School study of Ezekiel and Daniel, but the images will help Biblical and ancient history students better visualize one of the great ancient cities. 6 more words

Sunday School Notes

Adventures In Italy... Post 19: The Colosseum

On our first trip to Italy in September 2008, we booked a tour of the great Colosseum through Angel Tours.

After all, how could one visit Rome without seeing the Colosseum with your own eyes. 566 more words


Bon Appetit Wednesday! Ancient Chicken Curry in a Hurry

Curry.  It’s a spiced dish with a definition that continues to change and expand as new chefs and even new regions of the world explore its flavorful possibilities. 638 more words


The Archetypes of Chan Chan: Archaeologists Are Still Talking Bull…

On the taxi-tour around Trujillo´s Chan Chan archaeological sites and museums, Americo drops me off at the Casenelli Museum. A group of guides sit on plastic chairs just beyond the front entrance. 813 more words


Author Interview Number Sixty - Laurel A Rockefeller revisited - Sci-fi/Historical

I’d like to welcome back author Laurel A. Rockefeller

Please recap briefly about your books. What has changed since you last visited? Tell us your news!  2,695 more words

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