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Libros Electrónicos

Libros Electrónicos

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11 Colorful Phrases From Ancient Roman Graffiti When the cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum were suddenly consumed by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 C.E., many of their buildings were so intimately preserved that modern archaeologists can even read the graffiti scribbled onto their ancient walls. See if any of these remind you of a twenty-first century bathroom. 1. “Philiros spado.” "Phileros is a eunuch." 2. “ Lucius Pinxit .” " Lucius wrote this." 3. “Apollinaris, doctor to the emperor Titus, had a good crap here.” 4. “Oppius, you’re a clown, a thief, and a cheap crook.” 5. “We have wet the bed. 6. “Virgula to Teritus: You are a nasty boy.” 7. "Epaphra, you are bald." 8. “If only similar swindling would dupe you, innkeeper: you sell water, and drink the undiluted wine yourself.” 9. “The petty thieves request the election of Vatia as adele.” 10. “Celadus makes the girls moan.” 11. “I wonder, O wall, that you have not yet collapsed, so many writers’ clichés do you bear.”

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