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not a fan of olives, its actually thai and its only open from late may to mid september. i was there 3 months last year. i am only doing honours, not a masters or PhD. i do intent to spend more time there in the future. ever been over that way?
its on roman imperialism, theres a school of thought that the romans were by nature more bellicose than their neighbours and thats why theyexpanded as they did so swiftly from say the mid 200s BC. i disagree, me and some better informed professors lol so i am writing on the interaction of the romans with 2 hellenistic rulers, Antiochos the Great and Phillip V in the 190sBC.
2 different strands of my family originally settled in victoria, one lot from cornwall came out and settled in clunes before heading out here in the 1890s during out big gold rush. another was a scottish sea captain and his jamaican wife, who settled in melbourne in the 1880s and had a child who died there. they came here and he was inspector of teh pearl shell fishing fleet and 20 years shipping master at freo, while she was a famous social worker. now totally forgotten of course
its terrible but i know more about athens in the 400sBC or Rome in the first century BC than australia. bought a great little book on WA a few months ago which was illuminating. so is this the period of marvellous melbourne i have heard about?
And this one

(making it public, for all PhD students out there)
so what exactly is yours about?
hows the PhD going? I am heading into my final semester of honours, then the 15000 word dissertation. what joy!
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