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The Immortals

The Immortals

The lovers of Alexander,

How magic it must have been,

Embraced in sweat drenched passion,

Embraced by golden power.

Young Alexander,

Eternally young, 24 more words

Gay

Cats in Israel

A quick post tonight as I have been busy with yard work and also finishing up presentations for my Sunday morning class and sermon.

Luckily the class I am teaching is… 247 more words

Travel

Daniel and Dispensationalism #2

Saturday, July 25, 2015

“Now that being broken, whereas four stood up for it, four kingdoms shall stand up out of the nation, but not in his power. 357 more words

Pauline Dispensationalism / Dispensational Bible Study

Time Travel: Lance's Coach Tours

Exciting News Folks!

Lance’s next coach tour will be departing from Victoria Coach Station in London before the end of the month. What makes it really exciting is, that the destination in time and space has still to be decided, and the decision is down to you, my esteemed passengers. 159 more words

Time Travel

EXTREME HELLENISM: THE PERGAMON ALTAR

Pergamon was one of the many kingdoms carved out of the eastern parts of Alexander the Great’s empire. By the year 200 B.C., the Attalid Kings had transformed Pergamon into a major outpost of Hellenic culture and religion, symbolized by the city’s acropolis, on which stood temples and the second largest library of the classical world. 529 more words

Sculpture

Conjecture or Fact? The Two Faces of Alexander the Great

The recent headline, “Mosaic of Alexander the Great Meeting a Jewish priest,” recently caught my attention. I have been to Greece twice, once on an archaeological excavation, and I teach 9th grade World History. 224 more words

History

Anglo-Norman Literature: Part I ~ Introduction to Medieval Verse Romances

Early “romances” were stories written in verse in one of the Roman language. Essentially, a romance incorporated the elements of adventure, passion, the extraordinary, and an exaggeration of the virtues and vices of human nature. 282 more words

British History