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Jülich to Aachen

Who dictated the following passage on 7th March 1945?
“For the first time Churchill has actually seen the results of his air war. He was in Jülich and, according to Reuters, surveyed the expanse of ruins stretching from Jülich to Aachen with an air of satisfaction – a replica of Nero who sat high above the Eternal City and strummed his lyre while Rome burned. 81 more words

General Interest

2,000 years of Cologne's lethal Roman mother

The Local Germany (26 November 2015)

She married her uncle, killed him and gave birth to both the Emperor Nero and the city of Cologne. On November 26th, a special exhibition opens in the cathedral city’s Romano-Germanic Museum. 764 more words

The Local Germany

1503 Clyde Billington - Galilee Mosaics and Nero's House

Continuing coverage of archaeology news reported in the latest issue of ARTIFAX magazine. We wrap up our review by discussing the excavation of an unusual mosaic in a Byzantine synagogue overlooking the Sea of Galilee, and the ongoing discovery and protection of the house built in Rome by the emperor Nero. 7 more words

"One Ring To Rule Them All...."

“One Ring to Rule Them All….”

Do you recognize the quote from which this Eye of Prophecy article draws its title? Have you read the book or watched the movie? 5,072 more words

The Antichrist

Devotional # 68. Acts 25:1-27

Devotional # 68. 1/6/14. Paul’s Defense to Porcius Festus.

This week’s Reading: Acts 25:1-27.

Introduction. Last week we saw Paul’s trial and defense in front of Felix. 996 more words

The best disc burning tool for Windows, Linux and Mac

Hello! Just in case some fool out there thought my tech enlightenment mission has come to a halt, well… to each his own. I am now in college so.. 622 more words

Breaking through Anxiety -- Mk 13:1-8 -- 15 Nov 2015

Mk 13:1-8

Breaking through Anxiety

The whole world was shocked with the terrorist shootings and violence in Paris on Friday 13th November.  It was possibly associated with the drone attack on “Jihadi John” (Mohammed Emwazi), who in his turn had executed journalist James Foley and six others.  922 more words