Plato did not jog, diet or take maintenance medications. The French say "as good as bread.". Every Greek statue of a naked female depicts a goddess. Charles VIII of France had a little problem with his feet. If your name is Fletcher, odds are somebody among your ancestors made arrows. Should be. Ovid did. Quite so. Insofar as it's now known. Four out of five species of rose come from Asia. He cried out as he tossed it to them "Tenez," meaning "Take heed." Let me tell you about the real environmentalists of old. What good it did him to remain so aware of death-in-a-box, I don't know. One pot to wash. Scandinavians simplify. Q: Why are "cacao" tree beans called "cocoa" beans? Teach your dog to put up its paw when you say, "Tabhair dom do lamh." The period of Renaissance eventually gave way to the subsequent period called Baroque, which, like the former, can refer to both a historical period and a style of art. Chimneys, no. Is that true? A few maybe. 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Despite staying closer to stylistic convention, Caesar was the first man to mint coins with his own likeness printed on them. How it got to Chile is not clear. Take the laborers who built the Great Pyramid of Cheops in ancient Egypt. But 4,000 years ago, the Mayans in their blood rituals used th sharpest knives ever. Vikings ate oatmeal. in Babylon, where young women in good physical condition were sold on the block. Mayan civilization lasted six times as long as the renowned Roman Empire. The name Abigail consists of two elements; Derived from the Old French Loeis, which is from the Old High German Hluodowig (, Jesus was their Lord and Master who was to be served with. The law of Old Rome allowed funeral processions to move only at night. in the Greek City-State of Syracuse, Dionysius the Elder wanted a better weapon than a sword. That quadruples a horse's efficiency. Q: If know the names of the kings in a playing card deck traditionally are David, Alexander, Caesar and Charles. So it became the custom for the royal hangmen to take a bite or two of it before going to work. Nowhere else in western history has there been anything quite like that patriarchal system. But smart it's not. Their identity is still recognized in the names of which two countries? A: Ancient Egyptian brewers, probably. In 1639, the Connecticut Colony adopted what's said to have been the world's first written constitution. But horses, I've read, do better with broad-breast collars. The dutch once controlled them to dominate the spice trade. That convinced almost everybody he was smart. Hunters hate farmers and herders. ", The word "cream" comes from the Greek "khriein" meaning to anoint. Each frieze illustrated some sort of narrative. When done, it's unwrapped, sliced like cake, and topped with cream. A Native American settlement in southern Illinois with about 30,000 people. Wanted them outlawed. It's recorded that women of old Italy put belladonna in their eyes to makes themselves appear more attractive. In early America, you were "in cahoots" with somebody if you were camped out together in one shelter. British kings and queens are expected to be seen both at horse races and boxing matches. Even if it did begin that way, says he, it has been perpetuated since, minus the mutton, without benefit of beef, in the bedrooms of the western world. A marriage between people near the same age meant trouble. Egyptians cut the stems in strips, soaked them, overlaid them while wet, pounded them flat, and left them in the sun to dry. So they could move their silk without getting it wet on rainy days. In women's clothing, one sort of costume has remained in style longer than any other: The sar of India has been popular for 5,000 years. Philosophers. Locations of cult activity. The Vietnamese beat the daylights out of Kubla Kahn, too. So how did earlier horses pull loads? Q: What does a woman's bikini bathing suit and an ordinary garden trowel have in common? Didn't do his reputation much good. This roughly is why ivy both clings and climbs. A: That's one notion. These, it's believed, were the first candy canes. The term "Inca" originally didn't mean the whole society, but the royal family who ruled the society. Close enough. A: England until deep into the 19th century. Q: What sort of design was on the first coins ever minted? Q: A "tush" is defined in my dictionary as "a canine tooth of a horse." Turn the boy over to the town elders to be stoned to death. And just as most kings have accepted — nay, promoted — slavery of men, so have most queens condoned the servitude of their sisters. The soldiers didn't get the message, so stayed. A: "Manannan," the legendary Celtic lord of the sea. Massachusetts in 1646 made it unlawful to smoke within five miles of any townsite. In Tibet once, salt cakes stamped with Kublai Khan's imperial seal were used for money. Hindu Proverb No. Magnesia was an ancient city in Asia Minor. "Three Blind Mice" was published in London in 1609. Such as Santa Barbara. The only thing the king cobra eats is another snake. Old Romans played it. In what now is northwest Iran was once a country called Media. Stratford, Ontario, is another Shakespearean Festival town. If you like old houses, you might want to visit Ipswich, Mass. My mind was blown. They're 10 small keys south of Key West. He climbed into it every now and then to remind himself of the fragility of the mortal cord. They flow side by side without mingling for about 12 miles. In the Ptolemy Dynasty of Ancient Egypt, each tax collector personally had to pony up the tax of any evader assessed in said collector's assigned group. It was rejected. Mythology had it that souls were ferried to Hades across the River Styx. Q: If the Egyptian mummies aren't the oldest, which mummies are? To make themselves look taller? As long as the players believed the games were straight, they remained successful. Rainstorms in ancient Germany washed over old ruins. Historians claim to know that Hannibal, even while he crossed the Alps, wore his wig. A: "The Beards." A: Goes back to when Indians stripped off corn kernels with mussel shells. Fingers. Something Mike said caught the eye the other day, as after 5 years of trying to figure out what the dream-maker might be on about, having also reached the same idea? In Iran, too, shaking your head from side to side means "yes.". Eventually, a fist was just called a "duke.". After playing cards went north at the end of the 14th century, it was only a matter of months before tricksters developed methods of marking them. Far forerunner of the ordinary necktie was the "chin cloth," popularized by orators of old Rome. His contemporaries did. The Laws of the Twelve Tables in ancient Rome — dating from about 450 B.C. Am told you have to cook duck longer than any other bird you might choose to eat. Gets up. Such have been found in little gold boxes deep in the Mesopotamian ruins. Even after they grew up. Unless I have something I consider important or compelled to share, things are quiet on the missionignition front. Q: Where'd we get the goodbye term "so long"? Then that culture chose to set the start of each day as the start of the daily time cycle. Nations run by rulers who want to wage wars of conquest tend to reward families with many children. Unfortunately, his horse drowned in a river. What's the advantage? A: Accountants — people who had to count things. So such a conscripted light cavalryman came to be known as a "one in 20" — a Hussar. The first part of this volume (September 1879) was produced as Project Gutenberg Ebook #30048. If a man is killed on shore, the slayer shall be bound to the dead body and buried with it.". But evidently not. They who didn't do dirty work didn't need to clean themselves, they felt. It means she's married. They forced boating passers-by to pay extortionate tolls. In the eighth to 10th centuries, this. Brut is in the legends as the first King of Britain, founder of the line that produced Coel, the Old King Cole of the nursery rhyme, and Arthur, the Round Table king. Germs can't live without moisture. It's said he took some quiet pride in the wholesome fact right up until he was beheaded on Jan. 21, 1792. Nearby was mined a black iron oxide with polarity properties. Not an eruption, just powerful tremors. Prescribed punishment for giving away silk secrets in old China was "death by torture. THE ULTIMATE GUIDE FOR THE FOODSERVICE PROFESSIONAL Lendal H. 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A: Research reveals "Benedict" in this menu term is a variation of Benedick, a character in Shakespeare's "Much Ado About Nothing." According to historians, some of the convicted were sent to their deaths through hard labor in the mines and quarries, others to their deaths by big beasts in amphitheaters. Is 24 years old too old to play Pokemon Go. Scallions are the only sort of onion commonly used in traditional Japanese cooking. Astonishing tales spread from there through Oriental ports filled China with dragon symbolism, and eventually reached even beyond the British Isles of Saint George. He taught this: "People with big ears tend to chatter overmuch about nothing in particular." A retiree quotes this old Italian proverb: "Once the game is over, the king and the pawn go back into the same box.". The ancient Babylonians gave her back to the returned soldier as though she were property. The suit of armor is not what saved the knight on horseback. That's what the Greek scholar Democritus figured. In the hills within north central Italy is a nation of 24 square miles. A metals expert says hot water dulls knives. The Netherlands was at war with Spain. Their word was mutton. In what's now India. In the Vienna of 300 years ago, coffee was regulated as a drug. And some of Europe under Napoleon, too. Q: What's the oldest manufactured building material still in use? Who moved them? "To break bread" once was a literal term. You can grow into it according to some criteria... “graduate” was the term used. …asterisk derives from "asteriskos," a Greek word meaning "little star. During a cold snap, he had them covered with wood parquet to keep his feet warm. Ideally, they averred, if he were 24, she should be 8. A: A sundial's shadow rotates clockwise in the northern hemisphere. So many were just painted on. Covers 300 square miles. Gravel and rock. German Proverb No. Q: Where'd we get the line "It's Greek to me"? 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Best looking King of France ever was said to have been Francis the First. No doubt, they didn't call it that. The sorcerer of old worked his magic spell with some sort of charm called a "mascot." Wordworkers contend the term "cold shoulder" started in medieval France when annoyed hosts served chilled mutton instead of hot beef to unwelcome visitors. They boil them at campsites, and with whatever other comestibles they may elect to tote in pocket packs, that's the meal. Lottery tickets. Q: The people of what national origin are most likely to have red hair? Catherine de Medici dipped snuff. You can say this about the Sahara: Only 15 percent of it is sand. Q: My dictionary says a "wake" is "a watch over the body of a dead person." That was highbrow. Anthropologists say they've found no human society's children who didn't play some variation of hide and seek. Reasonable. One band of Vikings did not raid by sea, but swarmed overland into the east. Q: Where did we get the expression "to paint the town red"? A: Call it a dead heat. Did I mention there are people who bake dandelions into biscuits? In some places around Scotland, it's still the quaint custom for an engaged couple to lick their thumbs and press them together to make the romantic commitment. Those freed slaves turned into a pretty powerful group of officers. Their first known use was in his poems and plays. Almost but not quite all the important cities in Europe were founded around monasteries. From there it went west to Persia and on. This consists of the following four broad classes, the last of which will not be dealt with in any detail in this course: 1. This situation is sufficient excuse for the publication of a new book of translations of important mediæval documents, if such a book does more than reedit old ��� Q: How can we "shell" corn when corn doesn't have shells? But so was King Louis XIV. And it made me think about Jesus being referred to as the “lamb of God.” Making Caesar the ‘Lamb’. "Kissing" in ancient Rome was of three kinds: "basium" between acquaintances, "osculum" between close friends, and "suavium" between lovers. Fires, yes. Not enough to handle the 44 sounds in their spoken tongues. A: No, the common posture of prayer for centuries was the spreading of the arms with palms and face cast upward toward the heavens. Not everybody realizes there are almost a million sheep in Iceland. Q: Ancient Egyptian portraits show the head in profile but the eyes to the front? The muzzle loader has "paraphernalia.". Julius Caesar, the rival of Pompey, had ambitious plans to rebuild the city, but his assassination took place before these could be put into effect; it 18. Binary trading is advertised as the only genuine system that lets users earn preposterous amounts of money in ridiculously short period of time. They exposed curious gold coins. I wonder to myself, looking at the 12 foot long table of boxes, at which point one of the crones, burbling with glee, reaches into a box (directly in front of me) and hands me number 12. A: Roman invaders found it growing wild in England and cultivated it. Q: What did the earliest clockmakers use to set their clocks? The portraits of Julius Caesar are more veristic than those of Pompey. Seventeenth-century poet John Donne kept an open coffin in his study. Christopher Columbus on his explorations expected to find people of such ancient origin that they'd speak Hebrew, so he took along Jewish interpreters. Am I correct here about a tribal group being like a soul group? You didn't have to kiss her. Those who lived on England's Isle of Ely honored St. Audry with an annual festival. "Tis not safe to trust a left-handed man with money," penned the Spanish writer Quevedo a couple of centuries ago. A: Weren't any. A: Not originally. That was why Europeans hung the redskin tag on them. A: South Pacific boaters in an antique age saw hugh lizards. That's where the organ grinder monkey got its name Capuchin. The poor begged for alms. In 1922, archaeologist Howard Carter found it under the rubble of a later tomb. Yet nearly two million people live in Merapi's flanking lava lanes. Hardly a Saxon monk left alive would recognize it. It's now thought Christopher Columbus spotted such worms, and was overjoyed, certain he knew what they were. A: The old English word "gican" meant "itch." So there were 268 Maltese falcons. Dictionaries now define it as "short shirt." Scholars have turned up documentation for at least 387 such wife transactions thereafter. The Chinese later experimented with brushes of horse hair and badger fur. . Spaniards adapted it as "Amerique." They drift thousands of miles and take root wherever they wash ashore. The Upstairs symbolizes your spiritual awareness aspect of self, or the Higher Self that holds all the keys or knowledge to this life���s role you are acting out, and always has your higher good looked after, no ��� The Egyptians used pitch to embalm. When they migrated into Europe, they were labeled as displaced Egyptians, so were called gypsies, then identified as wandering Romanians, because in their native language Romanes they call themselves Romanies. "Without manu" — the wife served her husband but belonged to her father, who could repossess her, but she could inherit from him. Other animals play the game, too. No, back up. If a boxer fought the way a swan fights, he'd be disqualified for elbows. Ahead, a 20- maybe 30-foot drop. Q: Before the Italians got tomatoes, what did they use for sauce? His peers thought him a sissy. Am told that's why a horse is likely to rear back, if you try to pat it on its face. Proud of your Irish ancestry? A: The Chinchoro along the northern coast of Chile. A: Weren't any camels there in her time, the 14th century B.C. It was done in 1736. Can you contradict the claim that the Nile is the only river on Earth that flows from the equator into the temperate zone? And sprains, strains and sunburn hurt more. Interesting. So why is the bamboo plant called that? It's said, still, infidelity is extremely rare among gypsy women. So named because storks had been seen to offer extended wings of support to their aged parents. In Danzig, most particularly, locals feared it would put them out of work. The first in war and peace, he rose by wars, which closed in triumphs, and by civic deeds to glory quickly won, and even more his offspring's love exalted him as a new, a heavenly, sign and brightly â¦ The early pilgrims celebrated Thanksgiving, but outlawed Christmas. They killed just about everything in front of them except the cats. Presumably. The biggest of Borneo's butterflies are bigger than the smallest of Borneo's owls. That meant "white land." A: Norway. That's where the name came from. Feeble souls have wishes. Harsh. So "duke" became a glib word for "nose." Just because it looks like a horse doesn't mean it's a horse.  Kluge relates *isarnon to Illyric and Latin ira, '. Or one of the several proffered origins. So did some Irish clansmen. Among insects, spiders, crabs, that sort, scorpions are the oldest. Some but not all tubs were half-covered. No doubt you'll readily guess that the old town named "La Villa Real de la Santa Fe de San Francisco de Asis" is now the city called Santa Fe. From there to India. "O" is the oldest letter in any known alphabet. According to one word tracer, it was from Geber's name that we got the word "gibberish.". They date back 7,000 years. The Bedouin nomad rotates his tent panels. The word "gas" is common to almost all languages. While in charge, his word was law. . So a law was passed that required all coffins to be lined with flannel. A: Explanations vary, but it should be noted such laws allow governments legally to confiscate the property of the deceased. Dice. Our word "hearse" came from the Latin for "harrow.". You can see Limburger has been around for a few centuries. It's not clear cut for sure, but I was thinking not so much in terms of societies but individuals. Which husband rightfully gets the lady, inquires a client. But if you did it on a Sunday, the fine was 20 shillings. All writings of words descended from drawn pictures. Nobody knows. The Mohawk from time to time put a fence in a stream to snare fish. Aristotle defined women as "mutilated males" without souls. Q: How much did a pound of pepper cost in the England of William Shakespeare? It was customary in the 13th century to baptize children with beer. A: Epileptic seizures and the personal conviction of each that he was divine. Selkirk was still mad. Public kissing was serious in old Italy. They've only been known as "dependents" since about 1900. Italian proverb: "He who is not impatient is not in love.". Some aspects of baseball were devised before the written word. Chinese proverb: "Even as a hollow building echoes all sounds, so is a vacant mind open to all suggestions.". Another physical act recognized in every known society is the shrug of shoulders to mean "I don't know.". Another is: "If cows lick trees, you can expect rain.". Q: Where'd Bram Stoker get the Dracula name? 3927-C in our Love and War man's file details part of the law in medieval England against illicit romantic affairs. He's the fellow who wrote: "There is no avoiding war; it can only be postponed to the advantage of others.". He fed his followers, and defended them, and maybe even won the Fred Flintstone Award or whatever. In China once it was forbidden to step on any piece of paper with writing on it. 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