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How "Plebs" Gets Laughs from the Past (a new ITV sitcom) @ TheGuardian

How Plebs gets laughs from the past

James Donaghy: new sitcom set in ancient Rome belongs to a fine tradition of historical TV comedies, from 'Allo 'Allo to Blackadder

Beatrice Ensor (1885–1974) was an English theosophical educationist, pedagogue, co-founder of the New Education Fellowship (later World Education Fellowship) and editor of the journal Education for the New Era .

Beatrice Ensor was an English theosophical educationist, pedagogue, co-founder of the New Education Fellowship (later World Education Fellowship and editor of the journal Education for the New Era

Rethinking Nero @ NatGeo

He may have presided over the burning of Rome.

LIGHTHOUSE OF ALEXANDRIA- Later in 1303 and 1326 to other earthquakes shook the lighthouse near to the ground. The life of the lighthouse was totally ended in 1480 when and Egyptian Sultan built a fort in the same sport where the lighthouse used to stand. It has been said recently in the news that some stones and structures can be found in the waters deep underneath where it used to stand

WK 29 - The Seven Wonders of the Ancient World: The Pharos Lighthouse - interesting article

"The aedes was the central room in the rear range and housed the regimental standards, the treasury and a statue of the imperial deity.” Jessica Billing

"The aedes was the central room in the rear range and housed the regimental standards, the treasury and a statue of the imperial deity.

augustus bust

Classical Literature: The Golden Age of Augustan Rome @ MIT Open Courses (assignment ideas, reading list, etc.

Rook, c. 100 BCE. Roman fresco, Pompeii.

last-picture-show: ““In the intoxication of falling, man was prone to believe himself propelled upward.” Hermann Broch, The Death of Vergil Anonymous Grave Painting in the Ruins of Pompeii ”

Saturn with head protected by winter cloak, holding a scythe in his right hand, fresco from the House of the Dioscuri at Pompeii Naples Archaeological Museum

Saturn with head protected by winter cloak, holding a scythe in his right hand, fresco from the House of the Dioscuri at Pompeii Naples Archaeological Museum

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