nimes

  • vanhus: kun minä olin nuori, masennusta ei ollut olemassa!!1!
  • sama vanhus: juuh se naapurin Mikko tappoi itsensä talvella 1957. jätti perään vaimon ja viis lasta. miksköhän se silleen, liekö joku akka kironnut.

Näin just postauksen typeristä amerikkailaisten nimistä. Siitä tuli mieleen kun mun tuttava sai esitteli sen lapsen mulle. Meri oli munki mielestä hyvin kaunis ja sopiva nimi tytölle, kunnes pikkuhiljaa tajusin että heidän sukunimensä on Lohi. Ne nimes tyttärensä meriloheks eivätkä kukaan tajunnu sitä kolmeen vuoteen ennen ku mä päätin pilata niiden elämän.

Stunning mosaics shed light on enigmatic past of Roman city in southern France

Archaeologists have unearthed part of an ancient Roman city in southern France, known as Ucetia. To date, the settlement had only be known by name, and this is the first time that some of its impressive features have come to light.

The excavations began in October 2016 at the request of the French state, after local authorities bought land near the modern-day city of Uzes (near Nimes) to build a boarding school and a canteen. A team led by Philippe Cayn from the French National Institute for Preventive Archaeological Research (INRAP) excavated the 4,000m sq site, to make sure construction works wouldn’t destroy any major artefacts. In the process, the researchers shed a light on the mysterious past of the Roman city of Ucetia.

“Prior to our work, we knew that there had been a Roman city called Ucetia only because its name was mentioned on stela in Nimes, alongside 11 other names of Roman towns in the area. Read more.