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UNRV.com - Roman History Newsletter

Issue #3
08.December 2004

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UNRV Roman History Newsletter - Issue #3
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Email: newsletter@unrv.com

Welcome to the third 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 Corsica Map
4. Archeological News
5. Books and Book Review
6. Newsletter information and press
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Editorial Foreword
Welcome to the third edition of the UNRV Roman History newsletters. Since our last edition our site page views have doubled and subscriber base tripled. We're confident in saying that UNRV Roman History is now one of the most visited websites on roman history. As we know Christmas time is a busy time of the year (don`t forget that a Roman Empire Map would be a great gift for any Romanophile) we'll get right to the newsletter.

1. Interesting threads from the Forum
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Who Was Resonsible For the Fall Of the Republic
Soldier
Pro Or Anti Marius Reform
Legacy
What Roman Personality Are You?
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2. New pages on UNRV.com
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The last couple of months we have put our emphasis on expanding the Roman history section, which already has over 100 pages. In September we began with the section "Fall of the Roman Republic". The main character is, of course, Julius Caesar, but the section delves into all aspects of this period in history. While its written as a continuous story, its separated into smaller chapters based on subject matter for less scrolling and easier reading.
In the Provinces category we've added several pages: Italia, Galatia, Lycia, Cappadocia and Hibernia.
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3. New enhanced Corsica 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 in the process of producing a highly detail map of each province. The latest addition, Corsica can be viewed at http://www.unrv.com/provinces/corsica-large.php. Surprisingly enough, information on some of the smaller, less populated or 'important' provinces is particularly more difficult to come by than others. So far, Sicily, Sardinia and now Corsica have been completed and we hope the process should speed up a little.
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4. Archeological News
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Highlights of Archaeological News include Pompeii Gets Digital Make-over, Roman Women' Beauty Skin Cream Secrets Revealed, Pompeii Pottery May Rewrite History and Ancient Roman Rest Stop Unearthed In Germany to name just a few. All the latest news on archaeology 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.We added a Roman Book Glossary where we aim to list all Roman Books (over a long period of time, of course). Our review section is also growing thanks to forum contributor Ursus, to see all the detailed reviews on roman books, visit We'd also love to hear from anyone who'd like to review or provide more information about Roman related books, be it historical or fictional literature. While we work as fast as we can, there are only so many things we can get to and visitor contributions can help provide valuable information to those who may need/want it.
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6. Newsletter information
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