Etruscan Art: Not Just a Transition
By Ben Potter, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom Many folks see the Etruscan civilization as merely a segue, a follow upRead more.
The tainted glory of the gladiator
By Ben Potter The sun rises high over Rome’s Amphitheatrum Flavium, the mightiest arena in the world. Only the colossalRead more.
Enhance Your Memory with this Ancient Greek Memorization Technique
By Wu Mingren, Contributing Writer, Ancient Origins In Greek mythology, Mnemosyne was the personification of memory. In ancient Greece, priorRead more.
The Battle of Love and Law
By Nicole Saldarriaga There’s a reason Euripides is often called the “people’s poet.” Though his plays were not theRead more.
Kleos: Death and Glory
By Van Bryan Today we are traveling thousands of years into the past, to a time when the lives ofRead more.
Latin and Greek Bisexual Tendencies
By Ben Potter Right… how to put this delicately? Well, if you’ve experienced any recent anger thinking about a certainRead more.
The Cave of Nightmares
By Francesca Leaf, Contributor from Noet, a Classical Wisdom Weekly Partner – Learn more about Noet Here! In ancient Greece,Read more.
The Symposium: All you need is love… and wine
By Ben Potter The next time you attend a symposium at your local learning annex, take with you a bottleRead more.
Ancient Drunks and Winos
By Ben Potter “Quick, bring me a beaker of wine, so that I may wet my mind and say somethingRead more.
Saturnalia: The Party don’t Stop
by Anya Leonard Catullus (XIV) describes it as “the best of days.” Seneca complains that the “whole mob has letRead more.