Jan 01, 2011 07:49 PM
Maybe with a twist of the tongue it could, also, be that Cleopatra married Caesar' pal, after his death, not because that too was just one of the customs observed of the time, but because she'd oh so just bewitched him too -
Too funny a/b, besides being a really interesting point in history; I think my favorite fairy tale there is the one where Cleopatra sneaks in to meet Caesar rolled up in a carpet.
First time I've ever heard of a Pharoah traveling like that (gender aside) not to mention that it's really improbable that a Pharoah' court would've ever allowed its Monarch to demean their country/customs like that; think of the honor, the insult - nah, I think in all likelyhood she was escorted by (carpet) Caravan, so, the Persians mediating, perhaps -
Still, pretty funny, the attempts to make things look other than they were/are - illusionists run rapid, that's nothing new.
--- In email@example.com, "thalprin" <thalprin@...> wrote:
> Maybe next he can tell us why Cleopatra married Caesar and that it had nothing to do their basic customs of the time and everything to do with her being a bewitching pagan slut.
> Or, maybe he can tell us how Da Vinci wrote backwards not because many cultures did at that time AND simply because ooooh it's just so darn mysterious.
> Or, or, or, sheesh, sorry, but, it's so I dunno stupid it is funny.
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "thalprin" <thalprin@> wrote:
> > Been watching Decoded this morning, Brad Metlzer's new TV program. His programs sure are familiar. It's weird when/if you watch somethng that basically mirrors your own historical research from a few years back - except that he always seems to twist the topic and mismark the historical points; the statue of liberty, the civil war, the assas. of lincoln - he says he collects stories, well, I guess that he does a/b what I think is most interesting is his listing in wikipedia that states he's worked for not only Dark Horse a/b CIA, FBI (think tank) in 2008.
> > Maybe that's why he takes to miss the mark so much.
> > Terrie
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