In the article they mention only Discover has started…
What is a Roman Outpost? Does this qualify?
This section is the oldest of the modern construction on the location of an old Holy Roman Crusader outpost obviously it ain’t really Roman, dating from the the 1870’s, but the Knights of Malta were originally granted the land by crusader King Baldwin I in 1110, though they operated as mostly as a hospital in the fortress for most of 700 years.
Not uncharacteristically for the area the earliest construction dates to before the Roman period, even before the Hellenistic & Persian periods so can it really be a Roman Outpost?
What if a Roman Catholic University runs it? Is it a Roman Outpost?
What if it isn’t just a place of higher learning, but a Ecumenical Institute?
Maybe it is what is meant by Roman Outpost? It was the first thing that came to my mind when I read ‘The State of Israel is also said to be a Roman outpost’.
Admittedly Tantur Ecumenical Institute left quite a impression on my young 14/15 year old mind. Though I left this ‘Roman outpost in Israel’ shortly after my 15th birthday, it has stayed with me always.
Seriously deep subject
And to think Sears and Roebuck used to sell pistols and shotguns right in the store.
In Wyoming we use to be able to buy shotguns, rifles, pistols, and ammo in the grocery store. Half of the pickups in the school parking lot had rifles in the back window.
In God we Trust…
All others pay cash.
This ruling resumes likely to prevail… Nice!
What my flintlock may not be a ghost gun. Dag nab it.
Never putting any number on it.
Dont care about you rules, we are not a nation of rules.
Rules are for Rulers.
Rulers get dirt naps.
On the turning away is a fave if mine
A great one indeed, one of mine too brother.