another inch… another inch…
It’s been a while since my last update!
[T/N: The title is in reference to the 90s Japanese video game magazine “GAMEST” which was infamous for its typos and one of them was ‘uppercut’ (アッパーカット) misspelled as ‘upporcut’ (ウッポーカット).’]
It’s Romano with an unusual facial expression, but since I’ve changed it a little I’m uploading this one here.
You should get along better with your brother too! Just like me, I have a beautiful relationship with my brothers!
Nah that’s not what he’s saying.
>The reason Estonia is such a hottie
I just kept drawing nothing but glass jars…
In Japanese, they are all called “bin”,
but in English you have “bottle” and “jar”.
Do you know which ones of these are bottles and which ones are jars?
The answer: The ones with a wide opening are jars.
>Little America and Little Japan, please.
Switzerland’s strength is that his banks have money from all around the world, so none of the other countries can meddle with him. The country’s terrain also acts as a stronghold. He has furnished shelters and is always ready for the possibility of a war; the hedgehog country Switzerland is pretty cool!
Collar plate for escaped slaves.
The owner’s contact information was written on it.
These kind of collar plates were excavated from various late Roman era sites, but there are no pictures of these collars from during Claudius’ reign, when he greatly loosened the conditions of freedmen.
So it seems in Nero-chan’s time that they didn’t wear them?
As Claudius and Nero-chan both successively gave more rights to slaves, and the rich were the ones writing the history books, it’s understandable…
If they could find good work and be freed, they could start their own business, and apparently there were freedmen that were more successful than Roman citizens.
Besides Claudius and Nero-chan, many emperors beside Claudius and Nero-chan had slaves or freedmen for their best friends, lovers, or even advisors.