@literati is doing it right. No Leo in sight.
The story of the Athenian expedition to Sicily in Book Six of Thucydides is incredibly compelling reading.
A teenager just sold an electronic bowdlerization service for $30 million.
I really got bogged down in the Social Structures chapter of Europe in the High Middle Ages, but now that I’m into the Innocent III and the Fourth Lateran Council chapter it’s SMOOTH SAILING.
There’s no question that blunderbuss is the most ridiculous name for a weapon. You should stop laughing right now; A blunderbuss will FUCK YOU UP.
- Honorius I
- St. Vitalian
- St. Agatho
- Adeodatus II
- St. Benedict II