|Your personal background.|
|Roman Republic denarius of the gens TITIA circa 90 BC |
attributing ancient and medieval coinage has always been an immersion into
History, especially the deciphering of Latin abbreviations/fragments to put a place and time onto the piece.
It becomes even more challenging with Greek fragments.
Now for a little silliness, enjoy this appropriately named song called \"The Elements\"
by the 1950-60\'s Harvard Math Professor Tom Lehrer
\"Non illegitimi te carborundum\"
\"Lebe Dein Leben so wie Du wenn Du stirbst wünschen wirst gelebt zu haben\"
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|One may understand the cosmos, but never the ego; the self is more distant than any star. G.K. Chesterton|
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