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... lot of gold and other precious materials suitable for a wealthy burial. Unfortunately, the grave monument that I was looking for wasn't on display, but I was able to get a sense of what other burials there were in Pella and the locations of the various cemeteries, which will be helpful for my project as well.
After I finished at the museum, I walked further up the hill to the site of the royal palace. There wasn't much to see here, as the buildings have been covered ...
... the squares where there are lots of cafés and the market area.
We loved the old hotel where we were staying and the restoration work that Vassillis, the owner was doing in the building. The dining room was so tastefully decorated. The ceiling in the bedroom was covered in original friezes. His grandfather had bought the hotel in 1923.
... of this kind. A large Jewish community resided in Thessalonica, so Paul and Silas began teaching in the synagogue (Acts 16:6 – 18:5), with much success. Jews and many gentile ‘god fearers’ accepted Jesus as the long awaited messiah. A predominantly gentile Christian community came to life. Some members of the synagogue thought that the missionaries’ teaching threatened Jewish belief, so Paul, Silas (and Timothy, who had ...
Hey all! I know it's been awhile since I've actually updated this, but I think that's mostly because I've been acclimating to the culture as much as I can.
I started classes last week and can honestly say this will probably be the easiest semester that I've ever had, but in the most challenging and best way possible. I had no intention of being super ambitious here, but I ended up interviewing for an internship last week, and will find ...
... via three main rules as seen below.
1. Implementation of austerity measures to restore the fiscal balance (basically cut jobs and wages).
2. Privatisation of government assets worth €50bn by the end of 2015, to keep the debt pile sustainable (basically cut jobs and wages).
3. Implementation of outlined structural reforms, to improve competitiveness and growth prospects (basically cut jobs and wages).