Ancient Greek Sandals

22 Feb 19

  Sardinia is Italy’s second largest island and the second largest island in the Mediterranean  Sea.  It’s also a geographical and political region of Italy, famed for its beautiful beaches and fascinating history.Sardinia is home for 1.6 million people, a diverse and ecologically important wildlife, 1200 miles of stunning coastline,  not to mention the proliferation of […]

22 Feb 19
Truth2Freedom's Blog

The Inconsistency Listen, my beloved brethren: did not God choose the poor of this world to be rich in faith and heirs of the kingdom which He promised to those who love Him? But you have dishonored the poor man. Is it not the rich who oppress you and personally drag you into court? Do […]

20 Feb 19
Crits and Classics

This post was inspired by an event at the University of Edinburgh called ‘Gaming Classics’: a session devoted to exploring the historical authenticity of the game in its rendering of Classical Athens, Sparta and Delphi. * * * ‘In short, I say that as a city we are the school of Hellas, while I doubt […]

18 Feb 19

We descend from Machu Picchu – the spectacular lost city of the Incas,encouraged by the spirited mastery of youths racing down the luxuriant grassy mountain, splitting multiple hairpin-bends to meet appreciative mini-buses’ occupants, before the train returns to Cusco. An occurrence mentioned in travel guidebooks when I first explored South America’s Altiplano between Peru and […]

18 Feb 19

History of Leather The earliest piece of clothing discovered, which is a pair of simple bark sandals, is estimated to be about 8000 years old. In 1,300 BCE, tanned hides usage started to become popular among primitives. In 1200 BC, Ancient Greeks were known to have crafted sandals with leather. What is Leather Leather is a […]

17 Feb 19

I enjoyed this much needed revisit of this mini-series. I remember seeing it when it aired back in the spring of 1997. I do believe I enjoyed parts of it, especially the monster encounters I recall several times throughout the years wanting to add it to my collection, but never did. My appreciation for this […]

17 Feb 19
Acordo Coletivo: Cidadania

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigationJump to search “Simple life” redirects here. For other uses, see Simple Life (disambiguation). Mahatma Gandhi spinning yarn in 1942. Gandhi believed in a life of simplicity and self-sufficiency. Simple living encompasses a number of different voluntary practices to simplify one’s lifestyle. These may include, for example, reducing one’s possessions, generally referred to as minimalism, or increasing self-sufficiency. […]

15 Feb 19

9 Fun Facts About Sporting Equipment14 July 2017, by Jennifer, in blog, educational articles, Comments off If you’re a sports fan, then you probably know plenty of fun facts about your favorite game. World records, player rankings, famous statistics. But let’s not forget about a very important part of the game: the sports equipment. Do you know any fun […]

15 Feb 19
Trails of tales

‘Song of Sacrifice’ by Janell Rhiannon is on a tour efficiently put together by Xpresso Book Tours and Trails of Tales is the blog stop today! Why does it so happen when men wage wars for Power The women are always the one who lose? And yet Women are never the ones who are called […]

14 Feb 19
Path of the Gnostic

The myth of Medusa is well-known throughout the world. But have you ever considered why the Greek writers ever even wrote about her in the first place? Why do we have all of these elaborate stories of gods, goddesses and monsters that are beyond terrifying and beautiful at the same time? Did the Greek writers […]

13 Feb 19
My Books-My World

Song of Sacrifice Janell Rhiannon (Homeric Chronicles, #1) Publication date: December 26th 2018 Genres: Adult, Fantasy, Historical The heart of the Trojan War belongs to the women. Mothers and daughters; wives and war prizes, whisper to us across time… …remember our songs alongside the mighty men of myth. As the Age of Heroes wanes, the […]

13 Feb 19
The Spike

This holiday to Oman we’re going on, I’m sure you want to know more – it’s to a hotel we have been to before, called Zighy Bay. We last went two years ago, when it rained for the whole week. All of it. The locals were dashing about going “It’s a miracle! Rain!” while we […]