Tag Archives: Ancient Egypt

Dog days #HumpDay #Wednesday


Dog days 1. The hot, sultry period of summer between early July and early September. 2. A period of stagnation. From the Late Latin diēs canīculārēs (literally means days dog). Mention dog days and most people will immediately draw a … Continue reading

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Written in Stone


In yesterday’s post I mentioned the spark that started the French Revolution. Today’s post starts there too. While the sun was setting on the Sun King’s grandson, Louis XVI, a new star was on the rise — Napoleon Bonaparte. With … Continue reading

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