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New Underwater Discoveries in Greece Reveal Ancient Roman Engineering

New Underwater Discoveries in Greece Reveal Ancient Roman Engineering

New underwater discoveries in Greece reveal ancient Roman engineeringNew archaeological excavations at the ancient port of Corinth have uncovered evidence of large-scale, ancient Roman engineering. Named Lechaion, the port was one of a pair that connected the city of ancient Corinth to Mediterranean trade networks. Lechaion is located on the

Byzantine Empire Daily Life : A Look at the Byzantine Empire Lifestyle

Byzantine Empire Daily Life : A Look at the Byzantine Empire Lifestyle

Daily Life in the Byzantine EmpireByzantine Empire Daily Life Daily life in the Byzantine Empire, like almost everywhere else before or since, largely depended on one’s birth and the social circumstances of one's parents. There were some opportunities for advancement based on education, the accumulation of wealth, and gaining favour from

The History of Antarctica – A Story of Great Explorers

The History of Antarctica – A Story of Great Explorers

The History of Antarctica – A Story of Great ExplorersWho first saw Antarctic ice, and who first discovered Antarctica? Europeans are used to putting a person’s name to such things, such as “Christopher Columbus discovered America” (he didn’t, actually), but the discoverers of Antarctica could well be nameless individuals from the

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