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I have an indeep knowledge of European history, expecially Ancient, Roman and Medieval history. I focus my attention on military history as well; I have access to a university library with many ancient books.
Mainly through self study (other than my university studies in laws) I have acquired a good knowledge of the topic, which I enjoy further study.
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Actually the meaning of crispus is very clear: a person with curly hairs. A barber specialized in curling hair was called cinerarius, and thus a (supposed) cognomen belonging to somebody working in the
Hello, the information Shoemaker gives about barbers in ancient Rome is correct, however I don't agree with his conclusion: "Thus, the etymological evidence and the zeitgeist of Greco-Roman culture suggests
Hello, the explanation about SS. Crispin's and Crispinian's names is true, with just one precisation: "Crispin and Crispinian were likely second, third or even fourth generation practitioners of the tonsorial
Hello, St. Paul was a Roman citizen by birth. It is not known how Paul's family acquired the Roman citizenship, some hypothesis are as follows: - his ancestors, as hebrew citizens of Tarsus, were
Hello, actually applying modern notions of race (white, black, asian) to ancient Egypt is anachronistic, and about skin colour, the ancient Egyptians were neither black nor white: they had a fair/olive