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Hi, many of them competent with a history of victories against their enemies. Sooner or later, all of them died though. Some murdered by people, orders murdered by time. It was not uncommon that they left some plans behind that were never accomplished. Julius Caesar was planning a campaign in Parthia. Trajan died in the middle of a campaign right there and a couple of planned provinces wer
For over a year now I've been contemplating a new version of Vici.org. My main goal for a new codebase is that it should support a much greater flexibility in adding meaningful metadata to sites. With better metadata, functionality can be extended.
A standard relational database isn't a good foundation for flexibel metadata management. However, experiments with a an approach based on a 100%
It is my pleasure to post the first question on the forum. A bit of background about me. We live in the US, but my wife is German and we have been fortunate to make many trips to see her family. My first Roman Fort was Vetoniana northwest of Ingolstadt about 20 years ago. The Roman period became a fascination, and have I have learned a great deal and had the opportunity to see many (but not
In Vici.org you can add lines to the map. Lines are always connected to a place (marker). To add a line you need to have in prepared in an external tool (Google Earth) and upload it using the "Upload KML" button available at the place detail page.
You can download Google Earth from Google Earth
Now in Google Earth it comes down to creating a new 'path'. In Google Earth you can create a p