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  1. Crispina

    What Ancient Greek Olympians ate

    You find the most interesting topics!
  2. Crispina

    King Tut’s mask Intended for woman

    Tombs were built with a left hand turn for a male. Tut's tomb has a right hand turn Never heard of this before, interesting. Thanks.
  3. Crispina

    What did the ancient Romans eat?

    I binged watched The Supersizers videos one year. I remember the Roman one. Hilarious. Love Sue Perkins.
  4. I don't quite understand. Was the stone part of a wall or did it stand alone at the edge of the city?
  5. Crispina

    King Tut’s mask Intended for woman

    I've always believed this to be true.
  6. Crispina

    Pompeii Dining exhibit in San Francisco

    Oh how interesting. I wonder if the exhibit will tour beyond San Francisco, like the Cleveland Museum in Cleveland Ohio perhaps?? Wishful thinking. Thanks for sharing. I've never seen the passing out of bread fresco online anywhere before.
  7. Too late for me. My teeth, what I have left, are nothing to brag about. : ) Altho a change in diet wouldn't hurt at all, mainly sugars. ugh.
  8. I would very much like to visit this site. I bet the museum contains wonderful items. One of the sub articles listed mentioned a "furry dog" remains. That was incredible to read and see the photo of the patch of fur.
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    Appian Way bike ride

    I enjoyed that VERY much. In addition to the closed captions, click on "full screen" to really put yourself in the bicycle seat! Just imagine those stones of the road surviving to this day. I do wonder about what looks like piles of rubble/brick every so often - were they also tombs and monuments? And I'm assuming urns with ashes were deposited inside the walls?? I feel the Prowalk tours are well done. I repeat myself, but I spent four or five hours in Pompeii via a Prowalk tour and also was it six hours touring the city of Rome? ha I remember I had my supper on a tray in front of the computer during that one. Thank you for sharing this. The Sicily and Positano Evening Walk tours also look enticing.
  10. Crispina

    Greek Fire

    I never realized this was a real thing. Only on Game of Thrones, did I see this. LOL Very interesting. Thanks for sharing it.
  11. Crispina

    Movie, "Julius Ceasar"

    I happened across this on YouTube and found it quite good. The acting is well done, the sets, the pace.
  12. Crispina

    Missing posters

    I just haven't seen anything I feel qualified to comment upon Ha, sounds like me. All I can say is I find everything so interesting and "thanks for posting". Which I really AM thankful. 😊
  13. Crispina

    Daily life: Dog and wine

    Love it.
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