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UNRV.com - Roman History Newsletter

Issue #2
09.October 2004

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UNRV Roman History Newsletter - Issue #2
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Email: newsletter@unrv.com

Welcome to the second edition of the UNRV Roman History newsletter! We hope you enjoy it.
If you find it of use or informative please pass it on to your friends and colleagues.

In this issue:
Foreword
1. Interesting threads from the Forum
2. New pages on UNRV.com
3. New enhanced Sardinia Map
4. Archeological News
5. Books and Book Review
6. Newsletter information and press
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Editorial Foreword
Welcome to the second edition of the UNRV Roman History newsletters. Since our last edition our pageviews tripled and subscriber base doubled. The volume of information that is now available grew by 20 MB to 170 MB and it can make it difficult to keep pace with everything available on UNRV.com. Therefore we've included for the first time interesting discussion topics from the Forum.

1. Interesting threads from the Forum
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Latin or Greek in Judea ca. 30 AD?
Christianities impact on Rome
Roman Military
Book List Recommendation
Where Would You Like To Live?
Rome Total War
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2. New pages on UNRV.com
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Since the last edition we expanded the Roman history section further to over 100 pages.
The focus has been the "Fall of the Roman Republic" and the pivotal role that Julius Caesar played is honored in an indepth series of articles. We also added a series of roman writers from Ammianus Marcellinus to Seneca and their main works.
We also added Crete, Cyprus and Judaea-Palestine in the provinces section.
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3. New enhanced Sardinia Map
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Due to the overwhelming success of our Roman Empire Map we were encouraged to expand on this idea and are now beginning to produce highly detailed maps of each province. After Sicily, we are now proud to present the enhanced Sardinia Map page. The Sardinia Map page will give you the location where the province of Sardinia was situated and a click on the map will get you to the actual map. We hope you enjoy the detailed map.
As a reminder our Empire map is still available for $29.95. The new province maps won't be available for sale in printed form for the time being. Demand for specific maps likely won't justify the expensive printing costs, but in the future we may package them as a complete set available on CD. Regardless, keep watching for more map additions.
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4. Archeological News
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Highlights of Archaeological News include "Computer Animation Reconstructs Life In Vindobona", an interesting article about a Celtic ring "Rings Were Secret Mark Of War God" and the discovery of a Roman Goddess "Roman Goddess Of Love Found In German Canal". All the latest news on archaeology that we find interesting for our visitors can be seen at our Archaeological News Forum
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5. Books and Book Reviews
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Our Roman book section is growing rapidly and hope it provides a quality resource for visitors. In addition to books we added a games and movie section. Our review section grew thanks to forum member Ursus quite considerably and includes the Classical Dictionary, Handbook to Life, and Cicero. We welcome content additions from both our forum members and regular site visitors. Have you read a Roman book you'd like to give an opinion on... let us know, we'd love to hear from you.
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6. Newsletter information
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