Veni Vedi Vici

After Caesar’s victory over Pharnaces he sent to Rome his simple report, “Veni Vedi Vici”.

Vae Victis

The story behind the Latin phrase Vae Vicitis

Pre-Publishing Update #1

Currently the progress on my non-fiction history book is going well. I’ve separated them into several categories to fulfill all of the different concepts that I want to present. Before it truly resembled a jumbled mess of everything! I’ve also come to appreciate the true scale of writing for a book but more over the…

Update

I’ve recently shifted my focus to writing books which is always what I wanted to do. If you’d like to receive updates you can check back here. Some are fictional stories while others are non-fiction on history but far more interesting than what you’d normally see. I’ll probably give more regular updates in the future…

Roman Findings: Metro House, Amasra Sea Ruins

Credit: MiBACT.TV   The ever exciting digging under Roman soil to expand their metro system has this time yielded an amazing house. They believe the house belonged to a Roman commander due to its proximity to a nearby barracks. It has plenty of mosaics and decorated walls, 14 rooms, a bathhouse and under floor heating…