Tag: Roman Empire

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Steve Bannon: Same Causes of Roman Empire’s Decline Can Be Seen in America Today

In a new biography by Keith Koffler, Breitbart News Executive Chairman Stephen K. Bannon shares his reminiscences about Edward Gibbon’s The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, calling the tome one of his six most formative influences, and comparing America’s challenges to those to which our forebearers succumbed.

Italian diver Antonio Cressi, owner and CEO of the Cressi-Sub company, dives in Portofino on June 12, 2014. Italian Company Cressi-Sub, one of the largest manufacturers of scuba diving, snorkel and swimming industries equipments in the world, has been founded in 1946 by two brothers Nanni and Egidio Cressi.

Israeli Divers Find Ancient Marine Cargo In Mediterranean

CAESAREA (ISRAEL) (AFP) – Israel’s Antiquities Authority on Monday displayed cargo from a merchant ship that sank off the ancient Mediterranean port of Caesarea 1,600 years ago, including rare bronze statues and thousands of coins.

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Think Britain Can Opt Out Of ‘Ever Closer Union’? Think Again…

Europe. A land of many nations, cultures and customs, victim of centuries of countless wars, a war torn and bloodthirsty continent driven by imperialist ambition, the dream of forging an empire and unified continent has long been a European obsession

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‘ISIS Delenda Est’—What the Romans Knew About Winning a War

What should we do in the face of a relentless, and remorseless, enemy? The Roman Empire had a good answer. Yes, 2,000 years before Ronald Reagan summed up his Cold War strategy as, “We win, they lose,” the Romans had the same idea.