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With all due respect to 27 centuries of history, there's never been a better time to eat in Rome. The city is famous, of course, for classics like cacio e pepe, with loads of pecorino and ground black pepper, and the deep-fried artichokes called carciofi alla giudia. But now there's another way to add excitement to a Roman food quest: by following chefs who are building on familiar tastes to invent something new.
ASEDIO DE ERYX En el año 277 a.C, y después de un gran asedio, Pirro, rey de Epiro, dirigió el asalto a la fortificación púnica sobre el monte Eryx, en la costa noroccidental de Sicilia. A traves de una brecha logró entrar y pasó a cuchillo a todos los soldados cartagineses que defendían el fuerte.
The Batis family in a wheat field together with non-Jewish women from one of the villages in the Epirus region, whose capital is Ioannina, during the 1930s. Back center – Eftihia Batis. Her daughter, Artemis, is standing in front of her. In April 1944 Artemis, and her mother and brother were deported to Auschwitz along with the rest of the Jews of Ioannina. Artemis’s mother and brother were murdered in the gas chambers.