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Turner, painted propaganda, and the birth of Modern Europe

Sometimes you have to dig around a bit to understand what is going on in a painting, particularly some of JMW Turner’s.

Here, my puzzle is… 1,503 more words


Book Review: Teutoburgo by Valerio Massimo Manfredi

Hi everyone! I hope you guys are doing all right. Today I want to talk about a book I just finished reading. The book is called “Teutoburgo” and it’s from the Italian author Valerio Massimo Manfredi, I don’t know if the book has already been translated into English yet, I read the Italian version. 353 more words


The Defender of Teutoburg Forest

Two thousand years ago, Rome started pushing its boundaries northward, and over the course of a decade, made their way into the territory of Germanic peoples, the earliest… 617 more words


Why God Demands Faith (Pt 1)

The Question

About a year ago, a very child-like question came to my mind: “Why are we saved by faith?” This was, I was sure, what Christianity taught (Eph 2:8-9). 922 more words


Verklagen auch Nachfahren der Römer Deutschland?

Nachfahren der XVII, XVIII und der XIX Römischen Armee, die 9 n. Christus in der Schlacht im Teutoburger Wald vollständig vernichtet wurde, wollen Schadensersatz von Deutschland. 478 more words

AD 9: Disaster in Germania

In early September AD 9, a four-day battle in the remote Teutoburg Forest of northern Germania left half of Rome’s western army destroyed. Three entire legions under the command of the veteran commander Publius Quinctilius Varus, three cavalry units and six auxiliary regiments—fully 25,000 men—were ambushed and wiped out, stopping the expansion of the Empire in northern Europe dead in its tracks. 206 more words

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