Monday, May 16, 2011
this is Lincolnshire: "A FAMOUS Roman landmark has been given a makeover to repair damage caused by harsh winter weather. Specialist stonemasons were drafted in by the City of Lincoln Council to tend to Newport Arch in Ermine Street, which has been ravaged by two successive severe winters."
Bury Free Press: "Archaeologists working on a military base have unearthed what they believe could be a 2,000-year-old Roman shrine. The shrine was discovered during a dig at RAF Lakenheath, with senior Suffolk County Council archaeologists calling the find ‘extremely unusual’."
USA.GreekReporter.com: "The Federal Court of New York has acquitted Socrates after 2,410 years. During a historic trial, with ancient Greek characteristics and contemporary views, presented from their legal and humoristic side at the same time, hundreds of people had the chance to experience a wonderful “performance” of the truth, the law and the Greek heritage."