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A weekly newsletter from Sorelle Amore and Leon Hill about becoming a free human, global citizenships, personal finance, and more. Abundantia means abundance.

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The men who eat gold.

For the elites of ancient Rome, extravagant tastes, decadence, and the pursuit of luxury in all aspects of life were societally accepted norms.

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The most valuable item on Earth.

In the year 1253, probably the most valuable item on Earth was known to the Mongol empire as the gerege—though to the rest of the world, it was more commonly called a paiza.

3 months ago

The monster is here.

Ancient Greece in the 7th Century BC was a time of myth, magic, and monsters.

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Eat the poor.

In matters of taxation, Rome’s emperor Tiberius believed in handling things with a light touch.

4 months ago


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