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The Routes of the Roman Emperors

The Republic of Serbia is one of the states that made up the former Yugoslavia, which broke up in the bloody wars that occurred during the 1990s. Since history immemorial, this region on the Balkan Peninsula has been the scene of various political and cultural influences… and has resulted in a famous trek: The routes

Inflating an Empire

By Ben Potter Imagine a world where Europe is united under a common banner, has shared interests, open markets and… a single currency. A currency that has such an impact on the continent that it leads to mass inflation and threatens the very existence of the union itself! Imagine… it’s easy if you try. Of

Constantine: Convert or Con-artist?

By Amy Zahn When most people hear the name “Constantine,” all they think is the word “Christian.” And there’s good reason for that – Constantine was the first Christian Roman emperor, after all. However, there is much more to his story than just that. Most people don’t know, for instance, that Constantine wasn’t even meant