Archive for January, 2014

Ancient Roman Super Stars: Charioteers Posted by on Jan 28, 2014

Good Day Readers! So, let’s talk about some sports since the Olympics and the Super Bowl are just around the corner. While the Olympic Games were “the” competition of Ancient Greece; the chariot races were the oldest and most popular spectacle of Ancient Rome. So, we all know the iconic chariot scene from Ben Hur, but…

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Ancient Roman Nanotechnology improving the Future. Posted by on Jan 21, 2014

Q:WHAT IS IT? When asked about the above cup is made from, responders have answered “Ruby!” “Emerald!” “Gold!” Viewers of the Lycurgus Cup are often led astray as to the properties of this unique one-of-a-kind cup. Some even believe that the images represent two different cups or the same cup with red or green light…

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Ancient Roman Movies in 2014 and Beyond Posted by on Jan 14, 2014

Are you sitting? Well you’ve better, this list will blow your mind! 2014 Hercules: The Legend Begins debuted last weekend. The film is based in Ancient Greece, but inaccurately attributes the Latin name “Hercules” instead of the Greek form Herakles. Next Month, Son of God and Pompeii are hitting the silver screen. Both films are projected…

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You Are What You Eat Posted by on Jan 8, 2014

Hello Readers, Welcome to 2014! As of the New Year, I am sure many of us have chosen to “lose weight” or “eat healthier” as a resolution. As there are many diets and trends to follow in order to lose weight; one of the most respectable ways is to eat healthy and exercise at 30…

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