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After Pinard took the apparent threat to Legionary Fr.
On the other hand, the period of Legionary Movement was from 1927 to 1938.
On the other hand, he might have been a Roman civilian working at the legionary supply depot at Holt, honing his skills in tile production with an eye on setting up a private business.
Eighty Years Since the Beginning of the Legionary Movement", is a polemic on the legionary anti-Semitism.
Like the "Lost Roman" (Olussa) I found myself having a little more sympathy with the indigenous peoples than with the legionary war-machine of Rome.
The Legionary Museum will be hosting Roman Horror on the 31 October, call 01633 423134.
The dammed waters from the Euphrates River in Southeast Turkey continue to rise, and a second part of the ancient Roman legionary city of Zeugma has been swallowed up.
These people became gladiators because of poverty, debt, or to avoid decades of legionary service in distant provinces (see the discussion in Thomas Wiedemann's Emperors and Gladiators, Routledge, 1992, pp.
Magdala: God Really Loves Women, published this summer by the Magdala Center in Jerusalem, which is managed by the Legion of Christ," Legionary Fr.
The Latin Lovers event at the National Roman Legionary Museum in Caerleon starts at 6pm.
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The Legionary from Londinium and other Mini-Mysteries