When did Julius Caesar cross the Rubicon River?

When did Julius Caesar cross the Rubicon River?

On 10 January 49 BC, leading one legion, the Legio XIII Gemina, General Julius Caesar crossed the Rubicon River, the boundary between the Cisalpine Gaul province to the north and Italy proper to the south, a legally-proscribed action forbidden to any army-leading general.

How many sides does a triacontagon have?

In geometry, a triacontagon is a thirty-sided polygon. The sum of any triacontagon’s interior angles is 5040 degrees. One interior angle in a regular triacontagon is 168°, meaning that one exterior angle would be 12°.

Is there any sugar in Tic Tacs?

Tic Tac® mints do contain sugar as listed in the ingredient statement. However, since the amount of sugar per serving (1 mint) is less than 0.5 grams, FDA labeling requirements permit the Nutrition Facts to state that there are 0 grams of sugar per serving.

What do you call a person who hates men?

Someone who engages in misandry is a misandrist. The Oxford dictionary: A woman who hates men can be described as a misandrist, and the corresponding noun is misandry. Women who hate men are misandrists, as men who hate women are misogynists.

How many books did Dr Seuss write before he died?

Between 1937 and 1991, when he died aged 87, he published more than 40 books, which have sold half a billion copies between them – more even than J K Rowling’s Harry Potter books. He nearly burned his first book, And to think that I saw it on Mulberry Street, after it was turned down by 27 publishers.

Why is money green?

The small-sized bills continued to be printed with green ink because, according to the U.S. Bureau of Printing and Engraving, the ink was plentiful and durable and the color green was associated with stability. Today, there is some $1.2 trillion in coins and paper money in circulation in America.

Who introduced tobacco to France?

Nicotine is named after the tobacco plant Nicotiana tabacum, which in turn is named after the French ambassador in Portugal, Jean Nicot de Villemain, who sent tobacco and seeds to Paris in 1560, and who promoted their medicinal use.

What makes a wave break?

As the water begins to get shallower, water movement is slowed by friction against the bottom. The waves are slowed down and pushed together. That makes each wave steeper, especially on its front side. As the water gets shallower, the waves get steeper and steeper until they fall over and break on the front side.