“Cesso”: because the Cabinet is also called So?

By |2019-09-03T01:50:55+00:003 September 2019|Anecdotes and curiosities, Anecdotes and curiosities, Anecdotes and curiosities, Great Civilizations, Middle Ages, Ancient history, Contemporary history, Modern history|

Former cabinet "Cesso" It is a word that we all know and use not only to define commonly swim, but also as a synonym for something (or someone) that we find [...]

Words of love: the 10 the Belle of Italian Literature

By |2019-07-29T19:13:01+00:0029 July 2019|Middle Ages, Ancient history, Contemporary history, Modern history|

The words of love never go out of fashion: They were wonderful in the past, are the time Facebook and Twitter and will be in the future. The love, and to, holds [...]

Calendar: the most Important Stages of its History

By |2019-07-18T02:54:31+00:0017 July 2019|Middle Ages, Roma, Ancient history, Contemporary history, Modern history|

The calendar is an object that is part of our daily life and we are quick to reperirne a copy near the end of the year (After the summer we will start [...]

Sindrome di Guillain-Barré: Alexander the Great was Buried Alive?

By |2019-03-20T01:41:08+00:0020 March 2019|Events Characters Politics, Greece, News, Ancient history|

Alexander the Great. The great Macedonian leader died, probably, because of Guillain-Barre syndrome Alexander the Great died because of the Guillain-Barré syndrome? The causes of premature death [...]

Single in Ancient Rome: Marriage Seen as a Hassle

By |2019-03-14T06:08:10+00:0014 March 2019|Roma, Daily life Costume Company, Ancient history|

Betrothed in Rome. Single people in Ancient Rome were few, but only for practical reasons There were singles in Ancient Rome or all were to be married? Despite substantial changes [...]