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Lifestyle
by SommerNielsen
8 years ago
Bible Quiz: Questions and Answers for The Book of Romans

1. Who wrote the Book of Romans? a) John b) Paul c) James d) Luke 2. The Book of Romans is one of how many epistles or letters in the New Testament?   a) 5 b) 13 c) 15 d) 9 3. Fill in the Blank. “There is therefore now no ___________ to those who are in Christ Jesus, who do not walk...

History
by astonerattnet
7 years ago
How to study Ancient Rome using Netflix

Homeschool families are often looking for unique ways to study different topics. Using videos has always been popular and now with NetFlix it is even easier. There are plenty of videos on Ancient Rome available on Netflix, some can be streamed and more are available on DVD.

History
by Kaden01
8 years ago
The Roman Empire

The Roman Empire is perhaps, the genesis of western culture. While the Greek city states had a part to play, as did the Roman Republic, I believe the Empire was instrumental in spreading that culture across a divided continent. The language of...

History
by Caledor
4 years ago
4 Reasons Why The Roman Empire Fell

The Roman Empire at its greatest extent, engulfed the entire Midterrian Sea. It was one of the most powerful economic, cultural, military forces in the world. At its height it covered over five million square feet in kilometers and over a population of about 70 million. They were the founders of many modern cities and built long roads to connect them across the empire. But every empire that has its time in the sun also has to see the sun set. Some argue the Roman Empire fell in 476 AD when the last emperor was removed from power, but almost everyone agrees the final decline happened around the late 5th century. The gradual decline began over a course of a few centuries. Here are 4 main reasons why the Empire faded into the history books

History
by Michael A. Finn
7 years ago
A Brief History of the Beginning of Theater

 There are many people who make a living in a career that requires them to go from being extremely happy at one point to being depressed a short time later. No, these people do not have any personality disorders, they are actors. Acting as a craft originated in Ancient...

Travel & Places
by Aviator
7 years ago
Wallsend and its Roman Museum

An article recommending the Roman Museum in Wallsend, Northumberland as a site well worth visiting when in Britain's North-East. The museum gives a portrait of life in Roman Britain with coins, silverware, weapons, tableaux of living quarters and the layout of the Roman Fort and Hadrian's wall itself. The article reflects the personality of Hadrian and on Roman influence in Britain.

History
by Niamh
9 years ago
Boudica, the warrior queen

She was tall, a redhead with hair that reached her hips, she had a powerful voice and a glow that seemed enchanting. She was dressed in a multi-colored tunic and around her neck she wore a torque. The Roman author Cassius Dio described her this...

History
by mariuski
6 years ago
One Day in the Life of a Roman

The normal day of a Roman depended on his position and occupation, and of course the person and the particular day.

History
by Georgi Markov
5 years ago
The Siege Of Carthage 149-146 BC

The tragic history of the end of a great empire - and a genocide many have forgotten

History
by Indexer
5 years ago
Mithridates VI, the King of Pontus who Stood Against Rome

A short biography of an ancient king who kept the Romans at bay for 30 years.

History
by footloose
8 years ago
Zenobia Queen of the Palmyrian Empire

This desert queen dared to defy Roman authority, and was renowned for her daring combat,intelligence and beauty. She has captured the imaginations of many scholars as her reign in Palmyra, Syria was quite unusual.

History
by ata1515
7 years ago
Scipio Africanus: Rome's Greatest General

Scipio Africanus led the Roman legions against Hannibal Barca and saved the Roman Republic from destruction. Scipio's campaign laid the structure for Roman dominance of the Mediterranean world.

Lifestyle
by mrmiyagi
8 years ago
Make Roman Soldier Costume

A lot of people want to wear a Roman soldier costume this Halloween. If you are the type that has a good body and muscles to show off, the Roman soldier costume is a perfect choice. Different varieties of Roman soldier costumes are available in costume stores. You can...

History
by StreamlineInfo
7 years ago
Did Jesus Exist?

Jesus Christ is one of the most proclaimed figures in human history. Virtually everyone knows of this person and the amazing things he did to inspire people and teach them humanistic values. Many people believe the Jesus figure was real, and did everything as depicted in the Bible. There are others who claim Jesus never existed. Here at StreamlineInfo we will provide information to help you come to your own conclusion of whether Jesus is real, or never existed, or some varying degree.

History
by Etcetera
7 years ago
Living in the Roman Empire

The Roman Empire collapsed long ago but still manages to enthral us today with their art, audacity and sheer decadence.

History
by TrevorLewthor
8 years ago
The Byzantine Empire: A Brief History

We are all familiar with the Roman Empire and its influence on the course of Western history, but few outside the realm of Byzantine studies know about the Byzantine Empire, which preserved the legacy of Roman society in the medieval era. Though it struggled against the advance...

Travel & Places
by eegan41
4 years ago
Things to do in St Albans, UK

St Albans is a small market town, built where the ancient Roman city of Verulamium once flourished. A large cathedral, medieval clock tower, Roman ruins, one of Britain's oldest pubs, and twice-weekly markets are among the attractions in this picturesque Hertfordshire town.

History
by Thetouchtypist
5 years ago
The Many Controversies Surrounding Caligula

Caligula (12 AD - 41 AD) was probably one of the most strage figures in the history of the Roman Empire, ruling from 37 AD to his death in 41 AD. The stories and the legends created around him have spanned ever since he got on the throne, and haven't stopped since. This article sets itself to present some of the aspects in the Roman emperor's life and rule.

Travel & Places
by Dude88
7 years ago
Places to visit in Italy - The Pantheon

The Pantheon, which in Greek means “to every God” is a temple building tourists flock to see on their trips to Italy and to Rome. This famous domed structure was ordered to be built by Marcus Agrippa, son-in-law of the Emperor Augustus. Early History of Pantheons Old and...

Lifestyle
by dpeach
8 years ago
Gospel's Intended Audiences: Matthew, Mark, Luke and John

Each of the four gospels in the Bible (Matthew, Mark, Luke and John) can be understood individually, but sometimes it helps to see their intended audiences to get a full appreciation of them. Looking at the purpose and audience of each of the books will give a greater understanding...

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