Ancient Roman Culture Meetup Groups

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The ‘holy well’ or sacred healing spring dates back to Celtic times and earlier. As an important centre London had a number of ‘holy wells’ most of which, sadly, have long since disappeared or are buried under office blocks. There are more than twen

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Earth undines
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Gaudeamus igitur! This group is for anyone interested in learning to speak Latin, whether you're a complete tiro (beginner), an advanced speaker, or a teacher/student who has learned Latin in school but would like to try it conversationally. We'll wo

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Latine Loquentes
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Learn Ancient History in San Diego Interested in learning more about ancient history in San Diego? Want to meet people who are also passionate about discussing the human past in an engaging and intellectual setting? This is the San Diego Meetup group

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Ancient Historians
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Gaudeamus igitur! This group is for anyone interested in learning to speak Latin, whether you're a complete tiro (beginner), an advanced speaker, or a teacher/student who has learned about Latin in school but would like to try it conversationally. We

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Veni Vidi Visit is an association which helps locals and for foreigners to discover Rome and it's culture. We aim at showing the city's less toursity features, in order to give people a chanche to appreciate the eternal city off the most beaten path.

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Lectures about world-wide archaeology and local trips to archaeology sites.

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Friends of archaeology
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A meetup for people to learn and practice Latin. Whether you are just starting out or haven't been to school in years, this group for anyone who has an interest in this ancient language which gave birth to French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, and Ro

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sodales
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The Sydney Latin language group is a place for Latin enthusiasts to come together and speak about (and sometimes in) Latin. We can meet to read poetry or prose, talk about our favourite Latin authors, our experience with the language and perhaps just

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Latin Enthusiasts

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September 8, 2014

Veni Vidi Visit is an association which helps locals and for foreigners to discover Rome and it's culture. We aim at showing the city's less toursity features, in order to give people a chanche to appreciate the eternal city off the most beaten path.

29
members
August 18, 2014

The ‘holy well’ or sacred healing spring dates back to Celtic times and earlier. As an important centre London had a number of ‘holy wells’ most of which, sadly, have long since disappeared or are buried under office blocks. There are more than twen

73
Earth undines
June 21, 2014

A meetup for people to learn and practice Latin. Whether you are just starting out or haven't been to school in years, this group for anyone who has an interest in this ancient language which gave birth to French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, and Ro

19
sodales
February 8, 2014

Lectures about world-wide archaeology and local trips to archaeology sites.

24
Friends of archaeology
October 1, 2013

Gaudeamus igitur! This group is for anyone interested in learning to speak Latin, whether you're a complete tiro (beginner), an advanced speaker, or a teacher/student who has learned about Latin in school but would like to try it conversationally. We

41
Loquentes
July 28, 2013

The Sydney Latin language group is a place for Latin enthusiasts to come together and speak about (and sometimes in) Latin. We can meet to read poetry or prose, talk about our favourite Latin authors, our experience with the language and perhaps just

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Latin Enthusiasts
June 10, 2013

Learn Ancient History in San Diego Interested in learning more about ancient history in San Diego? Want to meet people who are also passionate about discussing the human past in an engaging and intellectual setting? This is the San Diego Meetup group

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Ancient Historians
October 15, 2012

Gaudeamus igitur! This group is for anyone interested in learning to speak Latin, whether you're a complete tiro (beginner), an advanced speaker, or a teacher/student who has learned Latin in school but would like to try it conversationally. We'll wo

60
Latine Loquentes
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