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What We See Beyond What We See

Grandparents probably see it with the most clarity.

Parents with older children see it other people’s newborns.

Roman emperors saw it.

Alexander the Great saw it. 699 more words


A History Game That's Hip?

The problem with so many games is that once they become educational, my kids refuse to play them.  They can tell right away when I’m trying to trick them into learning something. 177 more words

Asal Usul Kalender


Kalender berasal dari bahasa latin Kalende, yang berarti hari pertama setiap bulan. Para ahli masih berdebat soal asal kata ini. Banyak yang mengatakan bahwa kata bahasa inggris… 204 more words


Et' tu Burte!??????

Today in 44 B.C., lets see 2012 + 44= 2056 years ago Julius Cesar was stabbed to death by the best frenemy of all time Brutus, and the insane clown posse.  215 more words


Roman ruler Julius Caesar was assassinated on this date in 44 B.C.

In his famous work Parallel Lives of Illustrious Greeks and Romans, the Greek biographer Plutarch (A.D. 46?-A.D. 120?) described the assassination of the Roman ruler Julius Caesar in 44 B.C.: 703 more words

Yesterday & Today

Cleopatra: A Life

by Stacy Schiff (Little, Brown)

Parul Sehgal, Bookforum, November 2010

They called her the Queen of Kings. She built a kingdom into a mighty empire that stretched down the shimmering eastern coastline of the Mediterranean. 987 more words

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