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The eerie remains of a master and slave frozen in time unearthed in the Roman city of Pompeii

Remains of two men who were killed in 79 AD in the eruption of Mount Vesuvius. Luigi Spina/Reuters The well-preserved remains of two men have been discovered in the Roman city of Pompeii, near Naples. The two bodies were killed in the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD which covered the ancient city in volcanic ash and froze it in time. The bodies are thought to be of a wealthy man and a slave and were found in a villa on the outskirts of Pompeii. Massimo Osanna, director of Pompeii Arche...
Tags: News, International, Trends, History, Italy, Archeology, Naples, Pompeii, Reuters, Roman, Dario Franceschini, Mount Vesuvius, Rachel Hosie, Massimo Osanna, Osanna, Civita Giuliana


Velia: Guide to the Greek and Roman Excavations

Yes, I know your objections to Naples. “But the crime!” you point out. Perhaps you mumble something about piles of garbage. We who know her counter with, “But she is a diamond in the rough!” So let’s let the camera speak, because the verbal argument is long and tedious. Consider Vesuvius Vesuvius, the only active volcano in Europe, is the focal point of Naples You can’t miss the volcano when you ...
Tags: Travel, Europe, China, Wikipedia, America, Chicago, Italy, Newcastle, Illinois, Naples, Napoli, Piazza, Pompeii, Hemingway, Campania, Positano


Guest Post: Kathie Baker

“I Died at the Bataclan in Paris,” in commemoration of November 13, 2015 By Laureano Soares – Montréal, Québec, Canada Translated from Portuguese by Katharine F. Baker and Emanuel Melo   “I Died at the Bataclan in Paris,” in commemoration of November 13, 2015 By Laureano Soares – Montréal, Québec, Canada Translated from Portuguese by Katharine F. Baker and Emanuel Melo   For a brief moment, I felt the pain my twitching eyes closed, My hands and my fingers clenched life poured out of me, I fell t...
Tags: Travel, California, France, America, Chelsea, Marseille, Paris, Berkeley, Central Valley, Nancy, Dick, Provence, Bataclan, Azores, Cal, Corey


Guest Post: Kathy Baker

“I Died at the Bataclan in Paris,” in commemoration of November 13, 2015 By Laureano Soares – Montréal, Québec, Canada Translated from Portuguese by Katharine F. Baker and Emanuel Melo   “I Died at the Bataclan in Paris,” in commemoration of November 13, 2015 By Laureano Soares – Montréal, Québec, Canada Translated from Portuguese by Katharine F. Baker and Emanuel Melo   For a brief moment, I felt the pain my twitching eyes closed, My hands and my fingers clenched life poured out of me, I fell t...
Tags: Travel, California, France, America, Chelsea, Marseille, Paris, Berkeley, Central Valley, Nancy, Dick, Provence, Bataclan, Azores, Cal, Corey


Twitter slapped warnings on a wave of tweets by GOP officials and Trump allies making unsubstantiated claims of election fraud and interference in Pennsylvania

Voters wait in line to cast early ballots at Philadelphia City Hall in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Mark Makela/Getty Images Twitter on Tuesday applied warning labels to multiple tweets by Republican Party officials and Trump allies for violating its policy against election misinformation and interference. Twitter also blocked users from liking, retweeting, and replying to the tweets, which were posted by the Philadelphia GOP's official account, as well as Trump election operations director...
Tags: Twitter, Politics, Voting, Office, US, Trends, Pennsylvania, Gop, Philadelphia, Republican Party, Republican, Donald Trump, US supreme court, Trump, Misinformation, Election 2020


Italy investigates why women's names were written above graves of aborted fetuses in Rome cemetery

Italian prosecutors and the government's privacy watchdog are investigating how the names of women who miscarried or had abortions ended up on crosses over graves for the fetuses in a cemetery in Rome. Rights groups have denounced the grave markings as a gross violation of the women's privacy, which is protected by the 1978 law that legalised abortion in Italy. While regulations require burial of a fetus after 20 weeks, women who have complained said they never knowingly consented to the...
Tags: Facebook, News, Rome, Italy, Roman, Flaminio Cemetery, Differenza Donna


‘Night of the Kings’ Review: Neon’s Latest Acquisition Title is a Thrilling Ode to Storytelling’s Power [TIFF 2020]

Champions of art love to pontificate about its importance, especially during times like a pandemic. But that rhetoric might ring a little hollow right now. However, it’s not an exaggeration to say that humans as a species are hardwired for storytelling. There’s science to back up the capability to narrativize our experience as necessity, not merely a luxury. As innate as our impulses for violence and destruction is our drive to create and narrate. This becomes all too apparent for the young man...
Tags: Movies, Toronto, Features, Movie Reviews, Kings, Ivory Coast, Maca, Roman, Blackbeard, Film Festivals, Featured Stories Sidebar, Philippe Lacôte, Koné Bakary, Night of the Kings, Phillipe Lacôte, Steve Tientcheu


Croatian Short Stories Pula Istria

Istria is the largest peninsula in the Adriatic Sea. It is the most northern part of the Adriatic its territory shared by Croatia far majority Slovenia and Italy. Records show settlements in this area going back to Roman even Greek times. Most of the
Tags: Travel, Italy, Slovenia, Croatia, Adriatic, Roman, Adriatic Sea, Istria


New book by Sammy Tippit explains how social media can spread the Gospel

USA (MNN) -- In Multiplying Disciples: Social Media and the New Roman Road, author Sammy Tippit of Sammy Tippit Ministries shares how he has used social media to share Jesus with people all over the world. Reaching the Lost The book will be released this fall, but the idea has been in the works for a while. Tippit says he first began contemplating how social media could be used to share the good news while working with ministry partners in India and Brazil. Image courtesy of Sammy Tippit...
Tags: Facebook, Usa, India, Social Media, Brazil, Jesus, Skype, Christ, Jesus Christ, PAUL, Antioch, Roman, Gerd Altmann, Sammy Tippit, Tippit


On demand mental health service provider Ginger raises $50 million

Ginger, a provider of on demand mental healthcare services, has raised $50 million in a new round of funding. The new capital comes as interest and investment in mental health and wellness has emerged as the next big area of interest for investors in new technology and healthcare services companies. Mental health startups saw record deal volumes in the second quarter of 2020 on the heels of rising demand caused by the COVID-19 epidemic, according to the data analysis firm CB Insights. More than ...
Tags: TC, Tech, Mit, Glass, Mental Health, David, Cigna, Jeff Weiner, Columbia, Sephora, Bessemer Venture Partners, Headspace, Ginger, Massachusetts Institute Of Technology, Roman, Advance


How brothers become strangers, and vice versa

These two maps capture the centrifugal and centripetal forces at work throughout human history.See how the Proto-Indo-European word for 'brother' spreads and changes, in both sound and meaning.And how the Proto-Germanic word for 'stranger' now is a familiar fixture of European toponymy. Name that animal (in Proto-Indo-European) What is the difference between a brother and a stranger? Distance and time. As both grow, what is familiar becomes less so. As they decrease, what is strange becom...
Tags: Europe, Video, Wales, Russia, Ukraine, Afghanistan, Britain, Language, Italy, Middle East, Innovation, Switzerland, Reddit, Romania, Bangladesh, Iceland


Inside This Morning host Ore Oduba's modern family home with wife Portia and son Roman

This Morning host Ore Oduba lives with his wife Portia and their son Roman in a beautiful...
Tags: Roman, Portia, Ore Oduba


Placerville Boy Roman Lopez’s Disappearance And Death Still A Mystery After 6 Months

PLACERVILLE (CBS13) — The mysterious disappearance and death of 11-year-old Roman Lopez still haunts Placerville. The memorial for Roman Lopez on Coloma Street in Placerville. (CBS13) People want to know what happened to Roman, whose body was found six months ago, but police still aren’t ready to give answers. A small memorial for Roman just off of Coloma Street still stands, weathering the elements for six months. It’s a symbol of hope cherished by people in the community, but also a solemn ...
Tags: News, Local, Wisconsin, Michigan, Roman, Lopez, Michael Adams, Placerville, Placerville Police Department, Jennifer Kline, Placerville News, Roman Lopez, Coloma Street, Placerville Police, Kristin Jabs Ellenburg, Ellenburg


Roman road maps in the style of the London Underground's

Sasha Trubetskoy made . It’s finally done. A subway-style diagram of the major Roman roads, based on the Empire of ca. 125 AD. Creating this required far more research than I had expected—there is not a single consistent source that was particularly good for this. ... The biggest creative element was choosing which roads and cities to include, and which to exclude. There is no way I could include every Roman road, these are only the main ones. I tried to include cities with larger populations,...
Tags: Post, Maps, News, History, Britain, Gaza, London Underground, Damascus, Petra, Roman, Sasha Trubetskoy


Derrylin: Daniel Allen denies murders of Gossett family

Denise Gossett, her son Roman, his sister Sabrina, and her 15-month-old daughter Morgana, died in the blaze.
Tags: News, Roman, Daniel Allen, Sabrina, Morgana, Gossett, Denise Gossett


CS Interview: Producer Douglass Wick Talks Gladiator 20th Anniversary

CS Interview: Producer Douglas Wick Talks Gladiator It’s hard to believe that Gladiator turned 20 years old this year — 20 years old! And the film still looks and feels like something that could have been released yesterday. To commemorate Ridley Scott’s classic achievement, we sat down and spoke with Academy-Award winning producer Douglas Wick, who discussed the making of the film, its legacy and where he stands on a potential sequel. Gladiator, directed by Ridley Scott, exploded into theat...
Tags: Movies, Interview, Rome, Julia Roberts, Dreamworks, Russell Crowe, Richard Harris, Mel Gibson, Academy Awards, Ridley Scott, Black Lives Matter, Malta, Joaquin, Maximus, Oliver Reed, Roman


Officials: Slain Mexican Mafia Chief Ran Gang From Prison

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — A purported leader of the Mexican Mafia whom the federal government once accused of running street gang operations from inside California’s most secure prison has been killed by two other inmates, officials said Thursday. Danny Roman, 64, was killed Wednesday at the Substance Abuse Treatment Facility and State Prison in Corcoran, said corrections department spokeswoman Terri Hardy. He was pronounced dead of multiple stab wounds to his face and body within minutes after ...
Tags: California, Los Angeles, Ap, University Of Southern California, Roman, South Los Angeles, U S Attorney s Office, Sacramento Calif, San Bernardino County, Mexican Mafia, Corcoran, Alvarado, Pelican Bay State Prison, Thom Mrozek, State Prison, Cisneros


Edtech is surging, and parents have some notes

Unlike most sectors, edtech has been booming over the last few months. Flashcards startup Quizlet is now a unicorn, digital textbook company Top Hat is finding unprecedented surges in usage and student success business Edsights raised nearly $2 million from high-profile investors, all from inbound interest. Investors are so confident that homeschooling might become a trend that they just invested $3.7 million in Primer, which creates a “full-stack infrastructure” to help parents get started. ...
Tags: Google, TC, School, Education, Rihanna, Boston, Los Angeles, Tech, Atlanta, Ariana Grande, Pwc, Edtech, King, Vermont, Sara Mauskopf, Winnie


NASA renames telescope after 'Mother of Hubble' Nancy Grace Roman

Dr. Nancy Grace Roman was NASA's first chief astronomer, and the first female executive at the agency.Roman helped to usher in the era of space-based telescopes. Known as the "Mother of the Hubble," she was instrumental in making the Hubble Space Telescope a reality. Announced earlier today, NASA has renamed the Wide Field Survey Telescope (WFIRST) in honor of Dr. Nancy Grace Roman, who helped make space-based telescopes a reality as the agency's first female executive.The Nancy Grace Roman S...
Tags: Astronomy, Space, Nasa, Innovation, Universe, Nashville, Michigan, University Of Chicago, Hubble Space Telescope, Pearl Harbor, Naca, Don, Roman, ROBERT ZIMMERMAN, Cosmos, Swarthmore


NASA Names Dark Energy Telescope for Nancy Grace Roman

Dr. Roman was a pioneer at NASA, joining the agency in its early days and becoming its first chief astronomer.
Tags: News, Nasa, Hubble Space Telescope, Roman, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Space and Astronomy, Dark Energy (Astronomy, Telescopes and Observatories, Nancy Grace (1925-2018


Alison Roman’s New York Times Column on Hold Following Chrissy Teigen Controversy

Cookbook author Alison Roman, who writes a bi-weekly column for the New York Times, has been placed on temporary leave from the paper after she made controversial comments about Chrissy Teigen and Marie Kondo in an interview with the New Consumer. A New York Times spokesperson confirmed to Variety that Roman’s column has been put […]
Tags: News, New York Times, Chrissy Teigen, Marie Kondo, Roman, Alison Roman, Tidying Up with Marie Kondo, New York Times Column, New Consumer A New York Times


Practical joke or toy? Leather 'mouse' shows Romans' playful side

Unique 2,000-year-old discovery made by staff in lockdown at Northumberland’s Vindolanda MuseumThe Roman author Pliny the Younger advised “kissing the hairy muzzle of a mouse” as a cure for the common cold. His fellow countrymen linked mice to the god Apollo, who could bring deadly plague upon them with his arrows.So they might not have seen the funny side of a lifelike mouse made out of a strip of leather which has been newly discovered at the Roman fort of Vindolanda, south of Hadrian’s Wall, ...
Tags: UK News, Museums, Archaeology, Pliny, Northumberland, Roman Britain, Roman, Hadrian, Vindolanda, Hexham Northumberland Continue


Amateur archaeologists redraw map of Roman Britain – from home

Volunteers find ‘astounding’ number of unknown sites in south-west from aerial surveysDigging at archaeological sites around the UK has been brought to a shuddering halt by the coronavirus, but research being undertaken from home by a group of amateurs is helping to redraw the map of the south-west of Britain in Roman times.Volunteers poring over detailed aerial surveys of the borderlands between Cornwall and Devon spotted telltale signs of dozens of previously unknown settlements and miles of r...
Tags: UK, UK News, Culture, Heritage, Archaeology, Cornwall, Devon, Roman Britain, University of Exeter, Roman, south west of Britain


Lucy Mecklenburgh reveals genius trick to help Roman's health visitor amid coronavirus

Lucy Mecklenburgh and Ryan Thomas welcomed their son Roman in March amid the coronavirus...
Tags: Roman, Lucy Mecklenburgh, Ryan Thomas


10 Stoic quotes we need right now

Since its founding 2,300 years ago, Stoic philosophy has advocated for personal responsibility and emphasized staying present. Instead of moving toward pleasure and avoiding pain, Stoics know it's better to treat every moment for what it brings.Stoicism is especially pertinent during challenging times, such as now. Stoicism was founded in Athens in the 3rd century BCE by Zeno of Citium. The philosophy has experienced various resurgences throughout the centuries, most notably by thinkers that l...
Tags: Facebook, Happiness, Intelligence, Nature, Innovation, Athens, Philosophy, Stoicism, Derek, Goal-setting, Don, Zeno, Roman, Nassim Nicholas, COVID-19, Marcus AureliusThe


Flames GM Brad Treliving’s Draft History

Brad Treliving took over as the general manager of the Calgary Flames on April 28, 2014. He’d earlier served as the assistant general manager of the Arizona Coyotes and the GM of its AHL affiliate, the San Antonio Rampage. As of the 2019-20 NHL season, Treliving has helmed the Flames at six NHL Entry Drafts. Calgary Flames GM Brad Treliving (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Larry MacDougal) A history of Treliving’s drafts with the Flames mostly reveals quality results in the early rounds as well ...
Tags: Russia, Atlanta, Sport, Fox, Gm, AHL, Hockey, NHL, Calgary Flames, Calgary, Mike Smith, Flames, Boston Bruins, Wolf, Islanders, Pacific Division


Fast-changing regulations give virtual care startups a chance to seize the moment

Alex Gold Contributor Share on Twitter Alex Gold is co-founder of Myia, an intelligent health platform employing novel biometric data to predict and prevent costly medical events. Previously, Alex was Venture Partner at BCG Digital Ventures and a co-founder of Traction, a marketplace of digital marketing experts. More posts by this contributor Build trust with remote users to get qualitative feedback How to ...
Tags: Startups, Column, Tech, Virtual Reality, University of Pennsylvania, Alex, Telemedicine, Alex Gold, Roman, Bcg Digital Ventures, Centers For Medicare And Medicaid Services, Market Analysis, Extra Crunch, Myia, Coronavirus, COVID-19


Take The Long View

In 2011, on a tour of Mauna Kea’s summit, I looked at Saturn through a large reflecting telescope and it blew my mind. When you’ve seen a thousand pictures of something, you feel like you’ve seen it before. What I saw through the eyepiece was entirely new. I expected another picture of Saturn, but instead I saw a real object—a small, grey-orange ball, fixed in the center of a perfect, razor-flat ring. I could even sense the empty, airless space around it. It looked impossible. But there it ...
Tags: Uncategorized, Lifehacks, Saturn, Salzburg, Mauna Kea, Roman, Sharon, Marcus Aurelius


Photos: Takeout orders from Boyle Heights eatery help feed homeless during coronavirus crisis

A Boyle Heights restaurant is hoping a new partnership will keep their employees working and a homeless program fed during the novel coronavirus pandemic. Donated food is prepared for the Guadalupe Homeless Project Shelter at Casa Fina Restaurant & Cantina in Boyle Heights on Wednesday, April 1, 2020. Josefina López and her partner Emmanuel Deleage are running a buy one, give one food program with takeout orders during the coronavirus pandemic. (Photo by Sarah Reingewirtz, Pasadena Star-News...
Tags: Sport, Soccer, Ucla, Brentwood, Roman, Lopez, Boyle Heights, Josefina Lopez, Dolores Mission, Sarah Reingewirtz, Pasadena Star News, Pasadena Star News SCNG, Boyle Heights Photo, Emmanuel Deleage, Sondre Guttormsen, Ernesto Escobar


A prototype toy line for the X-rated epic film disaster Caligula (1979)... April Fool's!

(Yes, this is an April Fool's joke.) In 1979, Penthouse founder Bob Guccione produced a big budget feature film about the Roman emperor Caligula starring Maclolm McDowell, Teresa Ann Savoy, Helen Mirren, Peter O'Toole, and John Gielgud. Scripted by Gore Vidal and filled with graphic sex and violence, it was a critical and box office disaster but has garnered cult acclaim over the years. (Original trailer below.) Now, archivist Thomas Negovan and Shadow of the Vampire director E. Elias Mer...
Tags: Toys, Video, Movies, News, Weird, Bob, Gore Vidal, Action Figures, Bob Guccione, Roman, John Gielgud, Thomas Negovan, Caligula, Cult Films, Cinco, Guccione