A reminder of what happens to corrupt judges.
The Black Dinner
After the failure of the war in Dacia, Domitian sought to get even with the senators and equites in a truly unique way.
A Famous Lars – Lars Porsena
Discussing the famous Lars, Lars Porsena and where the name comes from.
When you have 118 sons, things can get messy.
A small story of a man and his wealth during the Persian invasion of Greece.
Narni: The Namesake of the Chronicles of Narnia
A quick review of the ancient town of Narni, Italy. It became the namesake for the Chronicles of Narnia, written by C.S. Lewis.
The Gay Science
Have you heard about the gay science? In the medieval period, there was an idea called the gay science which celebrated the best poetry that was made, but certainly not gay poetry. The way that they used the word gay was to refer to the feelings of joy or love, either when talking about romance,…
Mascames & Boges – Heroes of the Achaemenid Empire on the Greek Frontier
Learn about the last stands of the Persians when the Greeks counterattacked them.
Anacharsis: A Scythian Philosopher in a Greek World
The philosophy of the Scythian philosopher Anacharsis.
Face of Šuppiluliuma I
Witness the sight of Lugal Šuppiluliuma I!