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Death of a City

Although he lived some 2,500 years ago, one can learn much from the Greek historian Hieronymus.

Perhaps no chapter of his history of the ancient Mediterranean world is more interesting than that which discusses Aleris, a city of high culture. Located on the eastern edge of the Mediterranean, Aleris preceded Athens in the arts and sciences, as well as in commerce and agriculture. Hieronymus claims that descendants of exiled Aleri citizens, who had settled in Athens, were the originators of Greek philosophy.

Be this as it may, Aleris was the envy of the Mediterranean. The city often found itself at war with other cities (or city-states). But such was the undaunted courage of her citizens and the advanced state of her military arts, that Aleris readily defeated her enemies on the battlefield. » Continue reading “Death of a City”

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J + 1 / FRONT DE SAUVEGARDE D’ERETZ ISRAEL

FRONT DE SAUVEGARDE D’ERETZ ISRAEL
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13 Janvier 2005

Sharon fera bloquer toutes les routes menant au Goush Katif quinze jours avant que 2 000 hommes de ses troupes d’élite ne soient envoyées sur place pour expulser par la force les habitants juifs de la bande de Gaza. » Continue reading “J + 1 / FRONT DE SAUVEGARDE D’ERETZ ISRAEL”

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