1280px virgil reading the aeneid

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  1. such many lessons… i would like to move to America and learn all this ancient history and remind myself of how long i have been here… Kenya is fine we love God
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  2. This is a great article to read and know about the past. This is my time hearing about this plant and it’s uses. I’m definitely bookmarking this site for future references.

  3. Thank the internet for allowing us half wit’s to check facts LOL. (FYI i got (way, way) too much amusement from the replies) Seriously, Thank you, @Know Nepal for the time you must have spent digging up this stuff πŸ™‚

    Also for I would like to Thank the Critics πŸ˜‰ For the tears of joy/laughter I received reading the comments. Hope the Critics are doing good being ruled these days and didn’t accidentally fall of the edge of the earth reading. BTW you know you have the power inside you to stop reading. God bless you my children πŸ˜‰ LOL… Wait I heard the moon isn’t round either “apparently the pictures are only of the one side” someone should investigate that??? LOL πŸ˜‰

    Christopher L

  4. this is historically significant!

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  5. Absolutely fascinating read! The story of Silphium highlights the interconnection between human practices and the environment. In terms of maintaining a healthy ecosystem, it’s a poignant reminder that sustainable harvesting is key. It’s like when we care for our homes or any space β€” balance is crucial. Overuse of any single resource can lead to irreparable loss, much like the overuse of harsh chemicals can damage delicate surfaces or materials. Instead, just as the Romans could have benefited from diversifying their reliance on natural resources, we too can benefit from using a variety of gentle and eco-friendly solutions to preserve our surroundings for the long term. The legacy of Silphium certainly leaves us with much to ponder about responsible stewardship!

    1. Of course, the natural resources we have today should be used with proper care and in the limit, otherwise soon we will run out of them and this world would lead to chaios nothing else.