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Ancient Rome's Appian Way

Sunday afternoon I visited the Appian Way, “ancient Rome’s most important military and economic artery”. The road is one of the “oldest roads in existence” and called the “Queen of Roads”. 492 more words

Rome

[WP] A man investigating his own murder. 

Julius sat up.
It wasn’t like how it normally happened. A kick of the leg and the body followed, and he didn’t normally float a bit either. 658 more words

Grant Hinton

Irish Wolfhounds – "Gentle When Stroked, Fierce When Provoked."

Irish Wolfhounds are one of the oldest breeds of dogs recorded in the history of man. They appear in early Irish law tracts under the name “Cú” (modern Irish word for hound). 312 more words

Irish History

George Washington Missed His Own Birthday Party

If you live in the United States, you know that Monday February 20th was Presidents Day. (There’s actually debate over whether the apostrophe should be included: President’s, Presidents’ or Presidents. 1,105 more words

Personal Development

Irish Wolfhounds – "Gentle when stroked, fierce when provoked"

Irish Wolfhounds are one of the oldest breeds of dogs recorded in the history of man. They appear in early Irish law tracts under the name “Cú” (modern Irish word for hound). 312 more words

Irish Poetry

Gangsters and Shakespeare in Zulfiqar

             What’s next from Srijit Mukherji? Yes, that’s the question which will strike the minds of many, after the blow received from the painful experience of watching his most recent filmmaking attempt by directing-editing-screenwriting-cameo in… 1,106 more words

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