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Ancient History Encyclopedia : Latin Word Of the Day

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History online curriculum guide by Grade level - with book recommendation (Classical approach)

Selected curriculum for Latin language instruction according to classical educational theory for grades from Classical Christian Homeschooling: Classical Education at Home's Online Catalog.

Ancient History Encyclopedia

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Learning Latin With Many Loops

Pacatus | Origin: Perfect passive participle of pācō (“I make peaceful, pacify”), from pāx (“peace”). | #words #vocabulary #education #learning

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Ancient History Encyclopedia

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Altered BOOK, Secret POISON STORAGE. https://bookaddictionuk.wordpress.com/2014/11/16/a-book-of-poison-or-medieval-cures-book-of-the-week/ Original book cover from 1600. Pages bonded into a solid block & cut. 11 drawers & 1 open compartment. Latin poison labels (Rhicinus, datura, belladonna, valerian, etc.). Glass bottle labeled "Statutum est hominibus semel mori" (A man is destined to die once) Once owned by an educated 17th century bible-reading assassin?  @zachridge for tea?

A Book of Poison or Medieval Cures? (Book of the Week)

Latin poison labels (Rhicinus, datura, belladonna, valerian, etc. Glass bottle labeled "Statutum est hominibus semel mori" (A man is destined to die once) Once owned by an educated century bible-reading assassin?

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