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OK, except for the papyri, the sculpture and art, the monumental architecture, mathematics, city planning, irrigation systems, and the pyramids ...
What have the ancient Egyptians ever really done? #BadAncient #sarcasm
'for three and a half thousand years the Egyptians hadn't invented anything new.'
Wow, I mean ... just wow. I am amazed someone could say that out loud with a straight face. #BadAncient https://t.co/sBmYmxy3fgEuripides L Evriviades 🇨🇾🇪🇺@eevriviades
This is it in a nutshell! Dog may be man's best friend, but I am not sure that we uphold our half of the relationship very well.
My ancestors have been faithful to humans since time immemorial. Can I say the same about humans?
Dogs in Ancient Greece - with @reeshistory via @HistoryHitRome
#ancientGreece #Greece #Archaeology #Dogs #DogsOfTwitter #ancients #pets 2
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Books being read: Apollonius, Argonautica/ L. Tritle, A New History of the Peloponnesian War/ J. Evans, Doglopaedia: A Complete Guide to Dog Care/ Sophocles, Ajax Having spent the weekend at a conference at University College Dublin called ‘Warfare in Antiquity: … Continue reading
Book being read: Michael Palin, Diaries 1969-1979: The Python Years This is just a quick observation that I have about other people’s observations, oddly enough. It all began with Michael Palin’s description of the media’s portrayal of the youth in … Continue reading
Book being read: J. Shay, Odysseus in America: Combat Trauma and the Trials of Homecoming/ R. Protz, The Great British Beer Book “They haven’t been trained . . . they wouldn’t know how to read it”, these were the words … Continue reading
Book being read at the moment: P. Krentz, The Battle of Marathon Hello again! With my return from a great break comes a new blog! I was speaking to an uncle of mine who asked what it is I am … Continue reading