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Why did the Ancient Roman calendar have an 8-day week, and how did it become 7?

A week of eight days in ancient Rome was the cycle of days before and including each nundinae.

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False doors in ancient Egyptian tombs: who pass through them

A false door is a door that looks like a real door but doesn't work like one. They may be…

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Medieval art

Medieval art evolved from simple book miniatures and icons to magnificent paintings by Italian masters.

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Roman inventions: forgotten technologies of Ancient Rome

Several Roman technologies faded or were lost throughout the Middle Ages in large parts of the Roman Empire.

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Worst military decisions that led to a defeat

Some of these stories are so ridiculous that it looks like they were invented by enemy propaganda, but they really…

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Greatest rulers who changed world history

Speaking of the greatness of such rulers, we mean the scope of their actions and the impact on the world,…

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10 alcoholic drinks that were drunk in ancient times

Our ancestors drank very different drinks in the past. Many of them would be disgusting to you, while others would…

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5 interesting facts about the most famous tourist attractions places

If you think you know everything about famous tourist attractions sights, then we assure you that at least one of…

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10 biggest military defeats of Rome

We used to think of Rome as an unstoppable military force that destroyed everything in its way, but it has…

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6 most beautiful women in history you’ll never see

Sometimes, just the presence of beauty is enough to ensure a place in history for all time.

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What truly occurred on the ides of March, how Caesar was put to death

Ides of March of 44 BC! Julius Caesar, ancient Rome’s most powerful ruler, arrives late for a Senate meeting. Senators…

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How people lived in the golden age of Rome

The Golden Age of Rome fell on four centuries – from the second century BC to the second century AD.…

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