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Jana on July 16, 2011

Ciao Mike, quante belle nuove foto che hai! :)

Bellissima questa, primo LIKE. Un salutone, Jana

Michele Leonardi on July 17, 2011

Ciao Jana!* Grazie mille per essere passata da queste parti e grazie per i tuoi grandi complimenti!!! (:-) Un Saluterrimo, ciao e arrivederci, Michele

HONARKAR on July 17, 2011

Very Nice.LIKE.Greetings from IRAN

Michele Leonardi on July 18, 2011

Grazie tante, Sergio! Onorato dei tuoi complimentoni e mi fa piacere che ti sia piaciuta questa serie "oscura". Un Saluterrimo, Michele

Michele Leonardi on July 18, 2011

Thank you for all, dear Honarkar! All the Best from Italy, Michele

MarioTs - NO Views on July 18, 2011

un inno alla romanità!! ))

Michele Leonardi on July 19, 2011

Ri-ciao Mario!

Sicuramente in parte ci dev'essere anche un certo orgoglio romanista e latino!! (:-DD ...ma più che altro è che questa iscrizione posta lì vicino alla statua decapitata, mi interessava per ricordare il valore della scrittura in generale, a qualsiasi lingua appartenga insomma.
Inoltre ciò che mi meraviglia, è che a distanza di millenni ancora si usino questi caratteri, e che siano tuttora così eleganti ed attuali.
Ciao, grazie della tua cordiale visita e alla prossima! Michele

Michele Leonardi on July 21, 2011

(:-) A difficult question, Manda!

You can study history, literature, customs, culture of the ancient Roman civilization.

You can visit the sites of the ancient Roman Empire

But in the end, you can never capture the essence of that ancient civilization.

Perhaps the only mistery is the change, the first law of the nature.

I can say one thing: I don't like the empires!! (:-) And maybe I do not like the civilization. Mike

Michele Leonardi on July 21, 2011

Here, for example, in this photograph the essence of the greek-roman civilization: the roman writing.

The roman/western writing is sequential, logical, but it is slow.

Instead, the Japanese writing, or the Chinese writing is different.

The Japanese writing is made up of ideograms, it is natural, it's faster. It works by association of ideas. I think it will be writing the future of human civilization: the ideograms.

Michele Leonardi on July 21, 2011

Arigato Keisuke! Thank you for teaching it!! (:-) Best, Michele

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Photo taken in Rome, Metropolitan City of Rome, Italy

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    by Michele Leonardi

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