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Invasion Postponed

Robert Chamber’s tells us that on this day in 55 BC, Roman Emperor Julius Caesar first landed in Britain. Of course we can’t know the exact date but Chambers has done an awful lot of research. 583 more words

British Isles

A LESSON WE SHOULD LEARN FROM FAILURE

This is a guest post by Philip Murphy.

Put simply, failure hurts..
Everyone has failed at
some point, but it’s less about the failure itself… 847 more words

Articles

Ascanius and Iulus

Julius Caesar and, through him, his adopted son, the Emperor Augustus claimed descent from Iulus or Julus, the founding ancestor of the Julian clan. One of Virgil’s purposes in composing the Aeneid was to exalt his patron’s ancestry by showing how Iulus was descended from Aeneas and thus ultimately from the goddess Venus. 295 more words

Mythology

Great Philosophers of the Cat World

“I nap; therefore, I am.”–DesCats

“Vini, Vidi, Dormivit”–Felinius Caesar

“I regret that I have but nine lives to enjoy my leisure.”–Meowthaniel Hale

“Give me treats or give me naps. 70 more words

Cats

Suffered from Strokes

By Evan Andrews

In the years preceding his assassination by the Roman Senate in 44 B.C., Julius Caesar was struck by a host of health problems including dizziness, limb weakness, headaches, depression and sudden falls. 836 more words

History

Rome #3

A Seagull standing on Ceasar’s head.

He’s not just the guardian of the Roman Forum.

He’s the King.

Travel

MONTAGUE KEEN - MARCH 15 - 2015

THE FALSIFICATION OF HISTORY HAS DONE MORE TO MISLEAD HUMANS THAN ANY SINGLE THING KNOWN TO MANKIND.

Rousseau

I have pleaded with you many times to investigate this fact for yourselves. 1,286 more words