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PostSubject: Ancient photos of Baalbek   Thu Apr 26, 2018 10:34 am



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PostSubject: Re: Ancient photos of Baalbek   Fri Apr 27, 2018 8:35 am

I find it difficult to imagine how truly amazing these places,all over the world, must
of looked when they were complete


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PostSubject: Re: Ancient photos of Baalbek   Fri Apr 27, 2018 11:21 am

muckyman wrote:
I find it difficult to imagine how truly amazing these places,all over the world, must
of looked when they were complete

Same here. Just cant believe the official people in loincloth and animalskin clothing story.
There must have been something more advanced going on, or maybe even supernatural stuff.

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PostSubject: Re: Ancient photos of Baalbek   Mon Apr 30, 2018 6:02 pm

Romans, new Greeks. It is still astonishing, isn't it? but it was just (or not just) Imperium Romanum. But in 820 A.U.c (67 A.D.) Vespasian along V (fifth) and X (tenth) Legion went to obliterate Holy City, and banned trade tribes out of empire, pushing them behind Caucasus and Caspea. From there they had told surrounding first nations from lands of modern Russia to vandalize Rome trough alps. And are Romans no more. king
elephant What can we learn from it? I leave it to you, but remember there a story of Austrian from Braunau.. and this one also did not end well.


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PostSubject: Re: Ancient photos of Baalbek   Mon Apr 30, 2018 8:33 pm

2litre wrote:
Romans, new Greeks. It is still astonishing, isn't it? but it was just (or not just) Imperium Romanum. But in 820 A.U.c (67 A.D.) Vespasian along V (fifth) and X (tenth) Legion went to obliterate Holy City, and banned trade tribes out of empire, pushing them behind Caucasus and Caspea. From there they had told surrounding first nations from lands of modern Russia to vandalize Rome trough alps. And are Romans no more. king
elephant What can we learn from it? I leave it to you, but remember there a story of Austrian from Braunau.. and this one also did not end well.


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Not sure what we can learn from it, maybe that history is trying to repeat itself?

As far as I understand the Romans build their temples on top of the original Baalbek, those large stones/megaliths are from before the Romans. From the time of Mesopotamia or maybe even before that. [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]

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