Daily Archives: May 23, 2006

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Livius. Articles on ancient history

This may be old news to many of you, but I just stumbled across Livius. Articles on ancient history. This site by Jona Lendering and Marco Prins appears to be a great resource. Sections include: Anatolia Carthage Egypt Greece Judaea Mesopotamia Persia Rome Achaem. Inscriptions Alexander Babyl. Chronicles Caesar Legions Messiah Persepolis Look around! It is a wonderful resource!  

Kudos to the Mavs and Mark

I really like the Spurs and Tim Duncan, but the Mavs deserve their victory. (Amazing game!) I have been following Mark Cuban’s blog for a while and I am now a fan of Cuban as well. This is a good example of why: That symbolized this Mavericks team. Dirk and Avery are our leaders, but first and foremost we are a team.  A very special group of guys that make me incredibly proud. A couple […]

Davila on the Da Vinci Code

(Thanks to The Busybody for the title above. I couldn’t beat it, so I used it!) Jim Davila gives his review of the Da Vini Code. So far he echoes the comments i have heard from others: I thought it was interesting that the movie not only corrected some errors by omission (e.g., that the Dead Sea Scrolls were Christian documents), it also seemed to go out of its way to correct a few (by […]