Posted October 14, 2019 05:16:56 While we’ve been enjoying our new holiday destinations, some folks are also wondering about their options for the future.

    One such person is Roberta Karp.

    She’s an author and travel writer who has written for publications such as Esquire, The New York Times, The Guardian, and The Atlantic.

    Her book Time Traveler: The Secret History of Travel, published last year, focuses on the first century and early centuries of travel.

    And she’s now talking to Ars about the ways we might travel into the future with the help of new technology.

    Karp’s book is a fascinating look at the history of travel and travel planning, with a lot of fascinating stories in it.

    She starts by describing how the Roman Empire, which was the precursor to the European empires, was founded.

    But she also talks about how the French and Spanish empires, both of which were founded in the 15th century, and the American Revolutionary War, which ended with the French surrender in 1775, all began when the European powers started to travel.

    The first of these empires, the Roman, came into being in the 1st century.

    In that time, Rome expanded its borders and conquered new territories all over the world.

    But for the next 400 years, it was the Empire of the West that became the dominant power.

    And it was this empire that was responsible for the formation of the world’s major cities, which, of course, have their origins in Rome.

    They are called the cities of Rome, because they were built around a capital city.

    But it wasn’t the Roman empire that did this; it was rather the British empire.

    This British empire, which took its name from the British crown, took over much of the British possessions, including Constantinople.

    So the Romans conquered the British colonies, and they conquered the Mediterranean.

    And the empire expanded into North Africa, which the Romans had conquered and were holding back.

    So these empires continued to expand until the 17th century.

    The Roman Empire was, in fact, the only empire that stretched into the Middle East, which is now the Arab world.

    And from that point on, it became known as the Ottoman Empire.

    The Ottoman Empire had a lot going for it, because it was a very wealthy empire.

    It had a very strong military.

    It also had a great empire.

    And so the Ottoman Turks started conquering the lands in the region of the Levant and in Anatolia, which were under the Turkish empire.

    But the main reason they did this was because they wanted to expand their empire and they wanted control of the Mediterranean Sea.

    And this was what the Ottomans called the Black Sea.

    The Arab world, on the other hand, was still very much a part of the Roman and Byzantine empires.

    The Byzantine empire, the greatest empire in the Mediterranean, had conquered the most territory in the world, including parts of Europe.

    The other empire, known as Byzantine Greece, was under the Ottoman Turkish empire, and so, over the course of the next 300 years, they conquered much of Europe, and it’s a territory now known as Greece.

    The Ottoman empire, in contrast, was much smaller.

    The Ottomars ruled a small kingdom called the Ottoman caliphate, which meant that they were not able to rule over much territory, but they controlled a small part of what was known as Turkey.

    So in the early Middle Ages, the Ottoms were very much the main power in the Muslim world, but then, in the late 19th century and the 20th century they lost much of that control.

    So they began to become much more dependent on the Arab states, which had become more independent and had become much less wealthy.

    And in the mid-20th century the Ottoman empire was in a position to take over a large part of North Africa and Europe.

    And when the Ottombs fell in World War II, it led to a series of military conflicts.

    And these military conflicts were called the Wars of Attila, the Wars in Afghanistan, and then the Wars that Ended in Genoa.

    And then in the 2020s, the Ottoman military began to collapse.

    The empire collapsed completely, and its power was in the hands of the United States.

    The United States has a huge influence in North Africa.

    The U.S. has the largest military power in North America, the U.K. and France, and Britain and the United Kingdom have great influence in the Middle Eastern world.

    So it’s really a very interesting period in the history, and Roberta has a lot to say about it.

    Roberta Karras, thanks for being with us.


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