"I am not in danger, Skyler. I am the danger. A guy opens his door and gets shot and you think that of me? No. I am the one who knocks."
I saved you. I saved this city. I should have let Stannis kill you all.
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History meme - HANNIBAL was the leader of Carthaginian military forces who fought against Rome in the Second Punic War (218-201 BC). He almost overpowered Rome, and was considered its greatest enemy. Hannibal’s first military success, in Saguntum, in Spain, precipitated the Second Punic War. During this war, Hannibal led the forces of Carthage across the Alps with elephants and achieved surprising military victories, most famous of which were at Lake Trasimene (217 BC) and Cannae (216 BC). When his generals told him it was impossible to cross the Alps by elephant, his response was, supposedly, Aut viam inveniam aut faciam which means I shall either find a way or make one. However, when Hannibal lost at the Battle of Zama (202 BC) Carthage had to make heavy concessions to the Romans. Some time after the end of the Second Punic War, Hannibal left North Africa for Asia Minor. There he helped Antiochus III of Syria fight Rome, but her was forced to flee to Bithynia where he served as commander of the fleet. In 183 or 182 BC, he committed suicide by ingesting poison. He was at Bithynia, at the time, and in danger of being extradited to Rome.
Paulo Troilo (b.1972, Italy)
Paolo Troilo’s artistic expression characterizes for the originality of the formal procedure. His working instruments are not brushes or palettes, but only his hands: one spreads colors, unfolding at the same time his five fingers, the other holds the mobile phone, which reports the picture of him as the model. Troilus’ painting is predominantly bi-color, based on the use of ivory and “gray payne” or ivory and “green bladder”. This choice gives strength and vigor to every brush stroke. Since 2006, Paolo Troilo took part to Miart, Art Verona and to many group and solo exhibitions.
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Amor Vincit Omnia (detail), Caravaggio, ca. 1601
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