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This Day In Ancient History - Index - Ancient/Classical History
What Happened On This Day In Ancient History: births and deaths and more.
Word of the Day - Ancient / Classical History Word of the day
These words are not necessarily the words you need to know to score well on the SAT/GRE. Some words of the day are not directly based on Latin or Greek, but ...
Ancient and Classical History at About.com
Explore the ancient world, classical history, Greek and Roman mythology, Latin language and literature, and the period's many fascinating figures.
Roman Valentine's Day Holidays - Ancient/Classical History - About ...
Cupid, gamelion, Lupercalia, Hieros Gamos, and Valentine's Day. In the month for purification, February, one of the events involved ritual scourging of women by  ...
March History Month - Ancient Woman of the Day
In honor of Women's History Month, here are thirty-one -- one for each day of March -- women from antiquity whose accomplishments or reputations (for good or ...
What Is the Ides of March? - Ancient/Classical History - About.com
The Ides of March was just another date on the Roman calendar until the fateful day in 44 B.C. when Julius Caesar was assassinated.
The Origins of Valentine's Day - Ancient/Classical History - About.com
The origins of Valentine's Day may be a bit disappointing. Valentine's Day is probably named for a saint. Its transformation into a love-fest seems to have been  ...
Mother's Day Holidays in the Ancient World - Women's History
In ancient and classical times, many cultures celebrated a holiday honoring motherhood personified as a goddess.
The Ancient Calendar - Ancient/Classical History - About.com
The Ancient Calendar, development of the ancient calendar, the reforms made by ... a concept eternally at odds with the approximately 365.25 day solar year.
Lupercalia - Ancient/Classical History - About.com
Those looking for the origins of Valentine's Day inevitably encounter the ancient Roman festival of Lupercalia. The Lupercalia festival is described in sometimes ...
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