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Quinto Kaléndas Júnii. Luna.

Quinto Kaléndas Júnii. Luna . The Twenty-Eighth Day of May. The Night of the Moon. 889 more words

Devotional

The Procurator & The Governor

Two new characters are introduced into my ‘Empire on the edge of history’ in the novella Oraiáphon and the novel Empire’s Reckoning: Decanius, the Procurator from Casil, and Livius, the Governor. 666 more words

Writing

Ahimè !

A couple of weeks ago I did something that astounded me – I joined the ranks of the twitterati. BUT ! – it is for the sole purpose of keeping up-to-date with the wonderful antics of… 214 more words

Soap-boxing

From the Pantheon to Saint Teresa, Part II

Previous post:  From the Pantheon to Saint Teresa, Part I

We left off at the Trevi Fountain.

      

This portion of the walk isn’t far: 16 minutes and just over 2/3 of a mile. 389 more words

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Review: Lavinia by Ursula K. LeGuin

Lavinia by Ursula K. LeGuin
Published by: Harcourt, Inc. on April 1, 2008
Genre: Ancient Historical Fiction, Mythology
Rating: ★★★★★
Synopsis: 
In The Aeneid, Vergil’s hero fights to claim the king’s daughter, Lavinia, with whom he is destined to found an empire. 825 more words

Book Blog

Antico Arco in Rome

Such a contrasting and contradictory ROME. A beautiful, hot, colorful, fragrant, proud, mystical, mysterious, eternal city. Someone criticizes and condemns, but absolutely everyone admires this Great Beauty. 763 more words

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THE DOOM OF ANTONY'S LEGIONS: THE THIRD LETTER (Micro Fiction)

General Antony,

I hope this letter finds you and I hope the legions are still intact. The mountains of Greece are foreign to us and navigating our way through has had its difficulties, in this vein we found ourselves lost and forced to make camp in less than desirable circumstances. 412 more words

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