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The characters of Hamlet are unable to separate themselves from one another, even in death. We are unable to distance ourselves from those who have been central players in our lives.

The characters of Hamlet are unable to separate themselves from one another, even in death. We are unable to distance ourselves from those who have been central players in our lives.

tirant:     Bellona (detail), by Rembrandt

tirant: Bellona (detail), by Rembrandt

tirant:     Bellona (detail), by Rembrandt

tirant: Bellona (detail), by Rembrandt

MessageToEagle.com – According to an ancient legend, Rome was founded in 753 BC and the first two centuries of existence have passed under the rule of the Etruscan kings. The decline of the monarchy dates back to 509 BC, when there was a revolt of aristocracy and the exile of the last king – Tarquinius Superbus. …

MessageToEagle.com – According to an ancient legend, Rome was founded in 753 BC and the first two centuries of existence have passed under the rule of the Etruscan kings. The decline of the monarchy dates back to 509 BC, when there was a revolt of aristocracy and the exile of the last king – Tarquinius Superbus. …

Julius Caesar crossed the English Channel for his invasion of Britain, on this day 26th August, 55BC

Julius Caesar crossed the English Channel for his invasion of Britain, on this day 26th August, 55BC

Hippika Gymnasia  were ritual displays or tournaments performed by the cavalry of the Roman Empire to display their skill and expertise. They took place on a parade ground situated outside a fort and involved the cavalry practicing manoeuvring and the handling of weapons such as javelins and spears. The riders and their mounts wore highly elaborate armour and helmets specially made for display purposes, decorated with images from classical mythology.

Hippika Gymnasia were ritual displays or tournaments performed by the cavalry of the Roman Empire to display their skill and expertise. They took place on a parade ground situated outside a fort and involved the cavalry practicing manoeuvring and the handling of weapons such as javelins and spears. The riders and their mounts wore highly elaborate armour and helmets specially made for display purposes, decorated with images from classical mythology.

Legionary Scutums

Legionary Scutums