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  1. Crispina

    Review of Cursus Honorum

    Very interesting, informative.Thank you.
  2. Ulpia Severina? A woman? Husband and wife? Both killed. I'll have to find out more.
  3. I didn't notice the cross symbols' meanings before.
  4. I just saw this awhile ago. https://www.theverge.com/2020/8/21/21395115/roman-emperors-photorealistic-portraits-ai-artbreeder-dan-voshart
  5. Crispina

    Illuminating video/youtube series?

    The tour of Rome included a walk to the Circus Maximus and the streets and area there. No crowding really, and I found it so interesting. Very nice with quiet streets and trees. I believe the Pompeii tour must have been toward the end of day as you mentioned, because it seemed as tho by the end the sun was beginning to set and I worried it would be dark before "I" got out of there. lol Thank you for the additional info and I will check it out.
  6. Crispina

    Illuminating video/youtube series?

    Last winter, I believe it was, I discovered the ProWalk tour videos and was hooked. I "took" the Pompeii tour - all six hours of it. I had to take a break to fix supper, but ate it in front of the computer as I continued the tour into the evening. I enjoyed it. Yes, he walks quickly but I didn't find that annoying at all. If I wanted to see more of something, I paused the video. I have always wanted to go to Pompeii and I must say I feel as tho I have. Another day I took the tour of the city of Rome - I forget how many hours that was - five? Up and down streets, historic areas, etc. I was over whelmed by the crowds at the Trevi Fountain! And I wasn't really there, but I couldn't wait to get away from there. ha Altho found it fascinating too. Then I visited The Colosseum. Oh my, what an eye opener. I couldn't believe the crowds there, in fact I spent more time watching out for the people in front of me, coming at me, and beside me, then seeing the sites of the Colosseum. Felt like I was there. But again, I thought the video was wonderful. There were a couple other tours I watched, but I can't recall right now which ones. Thanks for sharing the Capri tour. I enjoyed it.
  7. Crispina

    A Legionnaire's Votive

    As always, thanks for sharing the article. Also, you have inspired me to finally subscribe to Archaeology, (the introductory rate offer was a good one!)
  8. That was very interesting. Thanks for sharing.
  9. Thank you for posting. Very interesting.
  10. Crispina

    My collection of Roman Artifacts!

    Thank you for sharing. Enjoyed it very much.
  11. Crispina

    Roman bread recipe (spelt)

    Looks wonderful, but I have never tasted spelt. An organic farmer friend of mine grows it. Can you describe the taste?
  12. Crispina

    Gobble gobble

    Happy Thanksgiving Day tomorrow to whomever celebrates! I don't know how to say it in Latin.