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Divona: the Divine

Imagine living in a world in which clean drinking water could not be taken for granted. Even now, in many parts of the world, people have to walk miles to get it, and in the Western World we aren’t immune from boil orders and other disruptions. 653 more words


The Master and Margarita

Today, I had the immense pleasure of seeing one of my most favourite inscribed Latin poems – the epitaph for Margarita (‘Pearl’), a lap-dog, born in Gaul, deceased in second or third century Rome. 978 more words


The Theban Legion

Today in my school I read about this and wanted to share it with all of you.

One interesting event that demonstrates the impact that Christianity had within the Roman power structure occurred in A.D. 85 more words