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Dancing event in Orbis Romanus. This weekend will end the art exhibit in Museums of Archeology. Last event today 1 PM, Hommage to Beatles.
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3/19/17
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Official opening of the new land "Museums of Archeology"
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3/12/17
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25/10/16, Quintus Petilius Secundus talked about ancient roman clothes in our auditorium (LM attached)
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10/25/16
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They invented the "wrapping sole" but they might not know that somebody already invented it more than 2000 years ago...
https://eu.vibram.com/en/shop/furoshiki/
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9/25/16
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Sardinian people discovered the Simpsons more than 3000 years ago...

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Conference by Quintus on slavery in the roman empire
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9/26/16
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They invented the "wrapping sole" but they might not know that somebody already invented it more than 2000 years ago...
https://eu.vibram.com/en/shop/furoshiki/
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A question to the architects and/or archeologists: It is said that the first christian churches were built according the scheme of the "basilica" and that the first monasteries derived from the structure of the classic "domus", with the rooms around a "peristylium", also because some were directly built restructuring the domus of a donor.
I notice another similarity between the structure of a church and a roman domus, with a large central room with two alae (=transept), and the cubicula/chapels on the sides and the apse in place of the tablinum, with or without a wooden separation (iconostasis). So, the symbolic parallelism of a church with the Holy Cross or with the body of the Redemptor would be a consequence and not a specific purpose.
Is there anything in literature about this?

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Conference by Q.Petilius Secundus on 15/09/16 about Epigraphy and gravestones
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9/16/16
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