Moving Livius.Org (8)

The river Eurymedon

The river Eurymedon

As I already announced, I am moving several pages of my website to facilitate a transfer to a Content Management System. Today, I transferred seven articles from their original sites and gave them new URLs:

  • Carmo: a provincial town in ancient Spain;
  • The Cilician Gate: one of the main roads through the Taurus mountains, of great strategic importance;
  • Eurymedon: the site where the Athenian commander Cimon twice defeated the Persians;
  • Istakhr: an ancient Sasanian residence, of which very little remains;
  • Cape Mycale: the site where the Greek navy defeated the Persian navy;
  • Pactolus: a little river with gold dust;
  • Taurus: a mountain range in southern Turkey.

Still 213 pages to go…

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One Response to Moving Livius.Org (8)

  1. Bill Thayer says:

    221 on 15 Nov, now 5 Dec at 213: at this rate the Grand Move will be finished May 22, 2010 (and you will be exhausted)….

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