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Greece is suffering through the coldest winter in years & as testimony to this, take a look at this photo & the haiku in Mycenaean Greek, archaic ancient Greek, English & French

Greece is suffering through the coldest winter in years & as testimony to this, take a look at this photo & the haiku in Mycenaean Greek, archaic ancient Greek, English & French: The ph…

Source: Greece is suffering through the coldest winter in years & as testimony to this, take a look at this photo & the haiku in Mycenaean Greek, archaic ancient Greek, English & French

NOTE:  This is Cathro Mountain.

 
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Posted by on January 12, 2017 in Uncategorized

 

Reduplication in the perfect active of the verb pine = to drink, derived (D) from the attested (A) perfect active of kaue = to burn in Mycenaean Linear B

Reduplication in the perfect active of the verb pine = to drink, derived (D) from the attested (A) perfect active of kaue = to burn in Mycenaean  Linear B: The attested perfect active of the Mycenae…

I HAVE RE – BLOGGED THIS FROM  RICHARD VALLANCE’S BLOG AS SOME OF MY FELLOW WORDPRESS FRIENDS MAY UNDERSTAND IT. THANKS FOR ALL YOUR SUPPORT IN THIS MY STUDY.

Source: Reduplication in the perfect active of the verb pine = to drink, derived (D) from the attested (A) perfect active of kaue = to burn in Mycenaean Linear B

 
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Posted by on January 9, 2017 in Uncategorized

 

Why Age Is No Barrier To Learning A Language

Nobody’s too old to learn a language. We now know that training changes your brain even after only a few sessions. Translation: older brains can change too

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Posted by on January 7, 2017 in Uncategorized

 

Ecocide: Catastrophic dam in Ethiopia to wipe out Unique Cultures

One of the most controversial dams in history has been  inaugurated. The Gibe III dam has put an end to the natural flooding of Ethiopia’s Omo River, on which 100,000 indigenous people depend and a…

Source: Ecocide: Catastrophic dam in Ethiopia to wipe out Unique Cultures

 
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Posted by on January 4, 2017 in Uncategorized

 

2,300yo sword discovered in China, looks as deadly as ever (VIDEO, PHOTOS)

Despite being 2,300 years old, an ancient sword discovered in China looks like it could still do some serious damage. Archaeologists unsheathed the weapon to reveal a surprisingly shiny and sharp-looking blade.

Source: 2,300yo sword discovered in China, looks as deadly as ever (VIDEO, PHOTOS)

 
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Posted by on January 3, 2017 in Uncategorized

 

Roman Britain: Ruling Britannia

By Paul Reynolds

Source: Roman Britain: Ruling Britannia

This is a re-blog of an article in History today, in which Archaeologist Miles Russell describes recent discoveries which overturn previous views about the Roman invasion of Britain, suggesting that Roman armies were evident in Ancient Britannia before the invasion of Claudius in 43 A.D.

 
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Posted by on January 2, 2017 in Uncategorized

 
 
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