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cladking Wrote:
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> Hanslune Wrote:
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> > cladking Wrote:
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> > > Utter nonsense. They had no science. They
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> > > experiment and no metaphysics.
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> > Yes they did - prove they didn't Cladking -
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> > you are doing is screaming.
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> "Science" IS experiment and
> metaphysics pal.
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> What exactly do you think science is?
> Omniscience?

So they created Portland cement how? They created cranes how? They learned to build robust bridges and roads how?

[www.ancient.eu]

We can add Roman Science to the long, long list of stuff you don't know jack about? Laughter Jesus Cladking read a book instead of screaming about ramps all the time. See list below:

So are you ready to concede that your "believing" a small part of the AE language not containing a word from a much larger modern language doesn't means it or the concept doesn't exist?

How about Ducks and Pheasants?


Cato (b. 234 BCE) – the famous orator also wrote a valuable treatise (De agricultura) which gave advice on how to run a good estate with notes on wine and oil production and various remedies for crop diseases.

Varro (b. 116 BCE) – was the most prolific scientific author, although very little of his work survives. One exception is the Res Rusticae, which describes the best ways to manage a large estate. His other works on mathematics, geography, biology, and more, live on through his immense influence on later authors such as Vitruvius, Pliny, Augustine, and Martianus Capella.

Cicero (b. 106 BCE) - famous as an orator and politician, his great contribution to science was putting the Greek corpus into Latin, and his works on philosophy proved especially influential in the field of cosmology and physics.

Julius Caesar (b. 100 BCE) - his Gallic Wars included much on geography, and he composed a lost work on the stars.

Lucretius (b. c. 94 BCE) - wrote De rerum natura on the major Greek works of atomist philosophy and was especially interested in optics and biology.

Nigidius (1st century BCE) - wrote works (which survive only in fragments) on astronomy, zoology, weather, and human nature.

Vitruvius (1st century BCE) - wrote an influential work on architecture (De architectura) which included surveying, town planning, mathematics, principles of proportion, materials, astronomy, and mechanics.
Seneca - his work on natural philosophy included studies of meteorology, earthquakes, volcanoes, comets, and meteors.

Columella (b. 50 CE) – wrote the most comprehensive manual on agricultural best practice. The 12 books, designed to advise large estate owners, covered such areas as viticulture, horticulture, animal husbandry, farm calendars, and the best layout for a villa.

Marcus Manilius (1st century CE) - wrote five volumes on astrology, his Astronomica.
Pomponius Mela (1st century CE) - composed an extensive survey of Mediterranean and north European geography published in his three-volume De chorographia.

Aulus Cornelius Celsus (1st century CE) - who compiled a vast encyclopedia, eight volumes of which, the De medicina, examined medical science (old and new) and such topics as diet, therapy, and surgery.
Scribonius Largus (b. c. 1 CE) - compiled a handbook, the Compositones (Prescriptions), of medical remedies especially useful for gladiators.

Pliny the Elder (b. c. 23 CE) - compiled a 36 volume encyclopedia, the Naturalis Historia, on the natural world – animal, vegetable, and mineral. He himself claimed that his work contained no fewer than 20,000 facts.
Frontinus (d. c. 103 CE) - composed works on military science, especially war machines, and wrote on the water systems of Rome in his De acquis urbis Romae.

Galen (b. 129 CE) – of Greek origin who became a physician to emperors after starting his career administering medical aid to gladiators. He is an invaluable source on earlier medical matters, notably Hippocrates, but was also a successful practitioner of complex surgeries him

Etc.

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The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 655 Thanos5150 04-Jan-20 17:22
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 136 cladking 04-Jan-20 19:37
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 98 thinkitover 04-Jan-20 23:49
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 90 Thanos5150 05-Jan-20 00:46
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 106 cladking 05-Jan-20 02:39
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 72 Warwick 06-Jan-20 20:55
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 70 Warwick 06-Jan-20 21:16
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 58 cladking 06-Jan-20 22:45
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 56 Warwick 07-Jan-20 18:30
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 51 cladking 07-Jan-20 20:10
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 71 cladking 06-Jan-20 22:49
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 50 Warwick 07-Jan-20 18:24
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 61 cladking 07-Jan-20 20:33
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 54 Hanslune 08-Jan-20 18:37
Snap! :) 53 Warwick 08-Jan-20 18:47
Re: Snap! :) 50 Hanslune 08-Jan-20 19:02
Re: Snap! :) 46 Warwick 08-Jan-20 19:14
Re: Snap! :) 56 cladking 08-Jan-20 19:56
Re: Snap! :) 43 Hanslune 08-Jan-20 20:23
Re: Snap! :) 43 cladking 08-Jan-20 21:38
Re: Snap! :) 45 Hanslune 08-Jan-20 23:06
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 43 cladking 08-Jan-20 19:50
Stop avoiding the questions Cladking 56 Hanslune 08-Jan-20 20:37
Oops made a mistake on the number of words for English 35 Hanslune 08-Jan-20 23:24
Would You Like to Borrow A Comfy Chair and a Soft Cushion? 46 thinkitover 15-Jan-20 06:12
Re: Would You Like to Borrow A Comfy Chair and a Soft Cushion? 41 Hanslune 15-Jan-20 07:00
Re: Would You Like to Borrow A Comfy Chair and a Soft Cushion? 35 cladking 15-Jan-20 14:38
Re: Would You Like to Borrow A Comfy Chair and a Soft Cushion? 39 Hanslune 15-Jan-20 16:25
Re: Would You Like to Borrow A Comfy Chair and a Soft Cushion? 38 cladking 15-Jan-20 17:38
...and Cladking runs off 32 Hanslune 15-Jan-20 17:52
Re: Would You Like to Borrow A Comfy Chair and a Soft Cushion? 45 Corpuscles 16-Jan-20 08:03
Re: Would You Like to Borrow A Comfy Chair and a Soft Cushion? 71 cladking 16-Jan-20 14:27
Get Comfortable. 52 cladking 16-Jan-20 14:50
It's simple all right 40 Warwick 16-Jan-20 20:32
Hieroglyphs have never been translated but I make my own translations from those same fake translations?????? 36 Hanslune 16-Jan-20 21:56
Re: Would You Like to Borrow A Comfy Chair and a Soft Cushion? 29 Hanslune 16-Jan-20 21:54
Re: Would You Like to Borrow A Comfy Chair and a Soft Cushion? 33 Warwick 16-Jan-20 20:27
Re: Would You Like to Borrow A Comfy Chair and a Soft Cushion? 30 Hanslune 16-Jan-20 22:01
Re: Would You Like to Borrow A Comfy Chair and a Soft Cushion? 41 cladking 15-Jan-20 17:56
making up dates 39 Hanslune 15-Jan-20 18:15
Re: making up dates 36 cladking 15-Jan-20 18:52
Re: making up dates 40 Warwick 15-Jan-20 19:05
Re: making up dates 34 cladking 15-Jan-20 19:22
Re: making up dates 35 Hanslune 15-Jan-20 19:25
Re: making up dates 32 Hanslune 15-Jan-20 19:22
How to demonstrate that your ideas are based on stuff you made up - by Cladking 30 Hanslune 15-Jan-20 19:20
So ancient goofy language is all the same? 28 Hanslune 16-Jan-20 22:05
What Purpose Does Myth Serve? 42 thinkitover 09-Jan-20 01:33
Re: What Purpose Does Myth Serve? 42 cladking 09-Jan-20 02:07
Re: What Purpose Does Myth Serve? 44 cladking 09-Jan-20 02:16
Re: What Purpose Does Myth Serve? 35 Warwick 09-Jan-20 19:46
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 47 Warwick 08-Jan-20 18:45
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 45 Hanslune 08-Jan-20 19:09
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 46 cladking 08-Jan-20 20:14
Cladking avoiding the questions that destroys his assumptions 46 Hanslune 08-Jan-20 20:27
so, not just Egyptologists but, 48 Warwick 14-Jan-20 19:23
Re: so, not just Egyptologists but, 37 cladking 14-Jan-20 20:26
Re: so, not just Egyptologists but, 38 Warwick 14-Jan-20 20:32
Re: so, not just Egyptologists but, 48 cladking 14-Jan-20 21:02
Projection 35 Warwick 15-Jan-20 18:17
Re: Projection 30 Hanslune 16-Jan-20 21:51
Re: so, not just Egyptologists but, 37 Hanslune 15-Jan-20 05:52
Re: so, not just Egyptologists but, 36 cladking 15-Jan-20 14:49
Re: so, not just Egyptologists but, 33 Hanslune 15-Jan-20 16:33
Re: so, not just Egyptologists but, 30 cladking 15-Jan-20 17:17
No Gods means belief 31 Hanslune 15-Jan-20 17:59
Re: so, not just Egyptologists but, 33 Warwick 15-Jan-20 18:34
Re: so, not just Egyptologists but, 45 cladking 15-Jan-20 19:36
Re: so, not just Egyptologists but, 38 Warwick 15-Jan-20 19:57
Re: so, not just Egyptologists but, 52 Hanslune 16-Jan-20 22:07
It's a common fault 40 Warwick 18-Jan-20 21:01
Re: It's a common fault 47 Hanslune 19-Jan-20 00:12
Re: It's a common fault 42 cladking 20-Jan-20 03:14
Re: It's a common fault 34 Hanslune 20-Jan-20 03:42
Re: It's a common fault 52 Corpuscles 20-Jan-20 03:59
Re: It's a common fault 33 Sirfiroth 20-Jan-20 17:01
Re: It's a common fault 34 Hanslune 20-Jan-20 17:37
Re: It's a common fault 26 Warwick 20-Jan-20 17:21
Re: It's a common fault 33 Hanslune 20-Jan-20 17:30
Re: so, not just Egyptologists but, 37 Hanslune 15-Jan-20 05:55
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 40 cladking 08-Jan-20 22:04
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 38 cladking 08-Jan-20 20:10
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 37 Hanslune 08-Jan-20 20:25
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 45 cladking 08-Jan-20 21:44
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 42 Hanslune 08-Jan-20 23:01
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 59 cladking 08-Jan-20 23:22
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 48 Hanslune 08-Jan-20 23:26
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 42 Warwick 09-Jan-20 19:48
Are you kidding us or what? 52 Warwick 09-Jan-20 19:50
Re: Are you kidding us or what? 48 cladking 09-Jan-20 20:26
We know who we are talking too 56 Hanslune 09-Jan-20 20:42
Re: Are you kidding us or what? 44 Hanslune 09-Jan-20 20:36
sorry for the delay 45 Warwick 14-Jan-20 19:16
Re: sorry for the delay 53 cladking 14-Jan-20 21:11
Sorry you are off topic 41 Hanslune 15-Jan-20 06:02
Re: sorry for the delay 35 Warwick 15-Jan-20 18:28
Re: sorry for the delay 32 Hanslune 15-Jan-20 19:24
Re: sorry for the delay 38 Hanslune 15-Jan-20 05:59
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 53 Hanslune 08-Jan-20 19:06
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 67 cladking 08-Jan-20 20:16
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 57 Hanslune 08-Jan-20 20:24
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 68 Corpuscles 09-Jan-20 03:29
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 83 Thanos5150 09-Jan-20 04:26
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 79 seasmith 09-Jan-20 05:43
Re: The Book of Two Ways-Coffin Texts Older Than Believed 63 Warwick 20-Jan-20 19:22


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