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The Vatican Chronicles: Coming soon... The Mystery of Julia Episcopa. A compelling, suspenseful historical quest.
The Vatican Chronicles: Coming soon... The Mystery of Julia Episcopa. A compelling, suspenseful historical quest.
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In its first three centuries, the Christian church endured persecution at the hands of Roman authorities. This experience, and its resulting martyrs and apologists, would have significant historical and theological consequences for the developing faith.…
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Source: The Roman Funeral (Article) – Ancient History Encyclopedia
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CBMH 32.1_Stivala Mar 25 2015 14:06:40 Page 143Dr. Joan Stivala, Classics and Ancient History, Australian National UniversityCBMH/BCHM / Volume 32:1 2015 / p. 143–160Malaria and Miscarriage in Ancient Rome1JOAN STIVALAAbstract. Many Roman authors have…
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What was pregnancy like in ancient Rome? Early gynecologist Soranus had some interesting ideas about pregnancy problems and health solutions. Source: Pregnancy in Ancient Rome – Pregnant and Roman?
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A new book details obscenity’s amazingly intricate history — and how it influences us today. Source: Futuo! How the Romans Swore
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Nero Claudius Caesar was one of the most despicable characters on the stage of human history. But there are some important lessons to learn from his interaction with the Christians of the first century. Source: Nero Caesar and the Christian Faith
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Beginning as a despised, illicit religious sect, Christianity endured 300 years of hostility to emerge as the dominant force in the Roman Empire. Source: Persecution in the Early Church: Did You Know? | Christian History
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Recent finds from a Roman fort in England have sparked re-examination of common notions about fabric production some 2,000 years ago. German experts believe new evidence indicates the Romans had a surprisingly advanced textile industry — and possibly a…
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Source: The Role of Women in the Roman World (Article) – Ancient History Encyclopedia
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Source: Women in Ancient Rome: Mothers and Children
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