Monthly Archives: December 2007

Roma SPQR SL

Today I went to ROMA (SPQR) – The Ancient Roman Themed Sim which lists itself in the search engine as "Roman Market, Tavern, Gladiator Arena, Chariot Races, Baths, Freebies, & more!" It has a website at http://romacitizens.blogspot.com/. I hadn’t visited … Continue reading

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Artifact Followup

As a followup to yesterday’s post, in one of my emails was a link to the following BBC story – "Egypt ‘to copyright antiquities.’ This law will require individuals or companies to pay royalties whenever they make a copy of … Continue reading

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SL from NC

So, sorry for the break in posts but I took off some days for Christmas. In fact, at the moment I am in North Carolina visiting relatives. So, after dinner, I logged back into SL to see what is going … Continue reading

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Temple of the Gods

Since I seem to be running out of Greek and Roman sites to visit, I searched for Egyptian sites tonite. I found one called Temple of the Gods (traffic 947). My initial reaction was that this was not going to … Continue reading

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3rd time is the charm

Sorry for missing yesterday but I have been preoccupied with finishing up our AIA poster. I can say that it is finally done and ready to go. So, as a treat for finishing up the poster, I went back to … Continue reading

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Roman Empire in SL Revisited

I took the opportunity to revisit the SL site Roman Empire in an effort to catch a gladiator battle. When I arrived, I was excited, there were 12 other avatars at the site, a good sign for catching a gladiator … Continue reading

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Virtual Shul

I have often heard people say that historians fall into one of two categories: 1) those who know a little about a lot; and 2) those who know a lot about a little (post hole knowledge). Well, in my department … Continue reading

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