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  • 141Iran, ancient — Introduction also known as  Persia        historic region of southwestern Asia that is only roughly coterminous with modern Iran. The term Persia was used for centuries, chiefly in the West, to designate those regions where Persian language and… …

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  • 142Egypt, ancient — Introduction  civilization in northeastern Africa dating from the 3rd millennium BC. Its many achievements, preserved in its art and monuments, hold a fascination that continues to grow as archaeological finds expose its secrets. This article… …

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  • 143List of obelisks in Rome — Re erection of the Vatican Obelisk by the Renaissance architect Domenico Fontana in 1586 The city of Rome harbours the most obelisks in the world. There are eight ancient Egyptian and five ancient Roman obelisks in Rome, together with a number of …

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  • 144Clothing in the ancient world — The clothing of men and women and seveal social levels of Ancient Egypt are depicted in this tomb mural from the 15th century BC The clothing used in the ancient world strongly reflects the technologies that these peoples mastered. Archaeology… …

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  • 145History of Rome — The History of the city of Rome spans 2,800 years of the existence of a city that grew from a small Italian village in the 9th century BC into the center of a vast civilization that dominated the Mediterranean region for centuries. Its political… …

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  • 146Timeline of Ancient history — is the historical events in time of the documented ancient past from the beginning of recorded history until the Early Middle Ages.TimelinePrehistory*Early human migrations from the cradle of humanity and beginning cradle of civilization **Lower… …

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  • 147Culture in Rome — The Pantheon. The Culture of Rome refers to the arts, high culture, language, religion, politics, cuisine, architecture and fashion in Rome, Italy. Rome was supposedly founded in 753 BC and eversince has been the capital of the Roman Empire, one… …

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  • 148Pantheon, Rome — The Pantheon (Latin Pantheon , [Rarely Pantheum . This rare usage appears in Pliny s Natural History (XXXVI.38) in describing this edifice: Agrippae Pantheum decoravit Diogenes Atheniensis; in columnis templi eius Caryatides probantur inter pauca …

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  • 149Histoire militaire de la Rome antique — Évolution de l Empire romain (animation)     République romaine 509 avant J. C. 27 avant J. C …

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  • 150Obelisks in Rome — There are eight ancient Egyptian and five ancient Roman obelisks in Rome, together with a number of more modern obelisks; there was also formerly (until 2005) an ancient Ethiopian obelisk in Rome.Ancient Egyptian obelisksAt least eight obelisks… …

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  • 151National Museum of Rome — The exterior of the Museum s Baths of Diocletian site …

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  • 152Music of ancient Greece — Apollo with the tortoise shell lyre, on a 5th century BC drinking cup (kylix) The music of ancient Greece was almost universally present in society, from marriages and funerals to religious ceremonies, theatre, folk music and the ballad like… …

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  • 153Prostitution in ancient Greece — Prostitution was a part of daily life in ancient Greece. [This article was originally translated from the French Wikipedia article Prostitution en Grèce antique 22 May 2006.] In the more important cities, and particularly the many ports, it… …

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  • 154Founding of Rome — The founding of Rome is reported by many legends, which in recent times are beginning to be supplemented by more scientific reconstructions.Virgil s Aeneid is an important source for information about those early times or, at least, the myth… …

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  • 155Pederasty in ancient Greece — Pederastic courtship scene Athenian black figure amphora, 5th c. BC, Painter of Cambridge; Object currently in the collection of the Staatliche Antikensammlungen und Glyptothek, Munich, Germany. The bearded man is depicted in a traditional… …

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  • 156Ponte (rione of Rome) — Ponte is the fifth rione of Rome. Its name (meaning bridge in Italian) comes after Ponte Sant Angelo, which connects Ponte with the rione of Borgo. This Bridge was built by Emperor Adrianus (and originally named after him Pons Aelius ) to connect …

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  • 157Sapienza University of Rome — Coordinates: 41°54′12″N 12°30′57″E / 41.90333°N 12.51583°E / 41.90333; 12.51583 …

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  • 158Aqueducs De Rome — Les onze aqueducs de Rome sont construits au fil des siècles pour approvisionner suffisamment en eau la population de Rome. Leur capacité combinée atteint près de 1 030 000 mètres cubes par jour pour la ville (soit théoriquement plus de …

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  • 159Aqueducs de Rome — Les onze aqueducs de Rome sont construits au fil des siècles pour approvisionner suffisamment en eau la population de Rome. Leur capacité combinée atteint près de 1 030 000 mètres cubes par jour pour la ville (soit théoriquement plus de …

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  • 160Aqueducs de rome — Les onze aqueducs de Rome sont construits au fil des siècles pour approvisionner suffisamment en eau la population de Rome. Leur capacité combinée atteint près de 1 030 000 mètres cubes par jour pour la ville (soit théoriquement plus de …

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