Ancient Roman Helmet can be used as inspiration for what futuristic military equipment could or would look like. Interested in the styling, formal decoration, and shape. Also interested in the way the helmet shows how metals deteriorate and how their colors change in that process.
my conversation with my little bro last night- Me- you're as cute as a button! L- You're as cute as one eye! Me- What?! if i only had one eye i wouldn't be very cute! L- oh yeah? some minions only have one eye, and they're super cute! Me- uhhh... just go to sleep.
Atheism, Religion, Christianity, God is Imaginary, Separation of Church and State, Religious Freedom, Freedom of Religion, Freedom from Religion. One nation under god don't like it leave. Oh really? How very Christian of you. Also, please read the First Amendment of the United States Secular Constitution.
Roman testudo (tortoise) formation. In Ancient Roman warfare, the testudo or tortoise formation was a formation used commonly by the Roman Legions during battles, particularly sieges. Testudo is the Latin word for "tortoise". The Greek term for this formation is "chelone" and during the Byzantine era, it seems to have evolved to what military manuals of the era call the "foulkon".
Greece ~ many visitors to Greece are struck by the sight of legions of cats roaming the streets, dozing in the sun at archaeological sites, and loitering around tavernas looking for a handout. This is so common that many travel sites offer advice to travelers about what to do when approached by stray animals, which they claim are generally healthy and unthreatening.