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may 24 @ rogueclassicism

This Day in Ancient History Classical Words of the Day Nuntii Latini @ the Auctions Graecul[us] Spartacus? Troy on the Internet Donald Kagan is the Jefferson
rogueclassicist
May 24, 2005
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Classics Central

I'd like to draw listmembers' attention to a new online forum I've created called Classics Central. It is designed to fill what I've perceived as a
rogueclassicist
Apr 2, 2005
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november 20 @ rogueclassicism

~ Alexander Roundup ~ Trojan Tourism ~ Caligular Confusion ~ What to do With A Classics Degree ~ Euclid and Aglaus ~ SpongeBobbysey? ~ Atlantis Roundup ~
rogueclassicist
Nov 20, 2004
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Re: Was Constatine the Great a Christian?

It is highly likely that Constantine wasn't baptised until his death bed (not that unusual at the period) Certainly his initial commitment was politically
Richard
Sep 21, 2004
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Was Constatine the Great a Christian?

No, would be my answer; anymore than Julian was. david a sigler
fiat_dux_das
Sep 7, 2004
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Constatine the Great

Other than Micheal Grant on the subject, who else is a good author on the so-called first christian emperor?
fiat_dux_das
Aug 30, 2004
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Please Join our Waffen SS discussion group

We are not a politically motivated group, but a serious historical forum intended for the discussion of WW2. Our group serves as both tribute to and forum of
caseotto_2003
Feb 25, 2004
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Re: Deleted spam, spammer

Having had similar problems on my own group you have my sympathy. I would add that telling the moderators is important because they have lives to lead out side
Richard
Nov 4, 2003
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Deleted spam, spammer

Fellow lovers of classical history, You may have noticed a few posts from a new "member" called "glibbertuby", advertising various "services". This spammer has
ravn160465
May 22, 2003
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An examination of the historical basis for Shambhala and Prester Jo

An examination of the historical basis for Shambhala and Prester John's Realm http://home.attbi.com/~a.manansala/szpintro.htm
Paul Kekai Manansala
May 21, 2003
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Re: Hopla or hoplon

It's almost certain that this was the case as they were heavy, armoured infantry, who fought at close quarters. ... gear ... that
richard_roper
May 1, 2003
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Hopla or hoplon

Does anyone know if the Greek hoplite was named after his battle gear ie the 'hopla' or after his shield the 'hoplon'. I've also read that the 'hoplon' name
hawkmoon432k
Apr 27, 2003
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Re: [The Classical History Club] Physical fitness in the Ancient Wo

please unsubscribe celloman2984@... from your list. thank you __________________________________________________ Do you Yahoo!? Yahoo! Mail Plus –
William McGuire
Nov 22, 2002
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Physical fitness in the Ancient World

Greetings. I am researching the history of exercise, particularly in the ancient world. Can anyone from this list help me on this? I am sure there must be
itazura94043
Nov 20, 2002
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University Latin Clubs

Greetings. I was wondering if any of you could direct me to web sites of any Latin/Classics clubs at the university level. My (small) university does not yet
aurora_nebulosa
Sep 1, 2002
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