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Casanova's attempt to pursue a career in the Church.

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Artist: Nikolai Getman - "A Dead Man's Bread Ration"
More paintings from the Soviet Gulag at this link:
https://www.flickr.com/photos/33486233@N02/sets/72157623680092213/
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Its yo boi Adam smith of the UK!
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PRZYKŁAD ANTYCZNEGO NACZYNIA – OJNOCHOE

Przykład antycznego naczynia – ojnochoe – wykonanego z brązu, z elementem dekoracyjnym w kształcie łba konia. Obiekt datowany na ok. 25 p.n.e. – 25 rok n.e.
Ojnochoe (gr. oinochoe lub oenochoe) było to naczynie do nalewania wina. Używane w kulturze helleńskiej posiadało charakterystyczny wylew o trójlistnym kształcie i jedno wysokie ucho.
Nazwa naczynia pochodzi z połączenie greckich słów: oînos, czyli „wino” i khéō, czyli „nalewać”. Zwykle tego typu naczynia miały do 25 cm wysokości i były mocno dekorowane.

https://www.imperiumromanum.edu.pl/ciekawostka/przyklad-antycznego-naczynia-ojnochoe/

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01/16/27 B.C.
The Roman Senate granted to Octavian the title / surname of Augustus.

This is the reconstruction of Suetonius.

(Suetonius, Divus Augustus, VII):

«Later he took the name of Gaius Caesar and then the surname Augustus, the former by the will of his great-uncle, the latter on the motion of Munatius Plancus. For when some expressed the opinion that he ought to be called Romulus as a second founder of the city, Plancus carried the proposal that he should rather be named Augustus, on the ground that this was not merely a new title but a more honourable one, inasmuch as sacred places too, and those in which anything is consecrated by augural rites are called "august" (augusta), from the increase (auctus) in dignity, or front movements or feeding of the birds (avium gestus gustuve), as Ennius9 also shows when he writes:

"After by augury august illustrious Rome had been founded."»

Translation from
http://penelope.uchicago.edu/Thayer/E/Roman/Texts/Suetonius/12Caesars/Augustus*.html

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