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, prior
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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 the
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Kleos: Death and Glory
By Van Bryan Today we are traveling thousands of years into the past, to a time when the lives of
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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 certain
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The Cave of Nightmares
By Francesca Leaf, Contributor from Noet, a Classical Wisdom Weekly Partner – Learn more about Noet Here! In ancient Greece,
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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 bottle
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Ancient Drunks and Winos
By Ben Potter “Quick, bring me a beaker of wine, so that I may wet my mind and say something
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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 let
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The Mysteries of The Orphics
By John Mancini Of the many belief systems circulating in archaic Greece, Orphism was perhaps the most significant. The state-sanctioned
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Women in Antiquity
By Ben Potter The idea that women in antiquity were housebound is obviously ridiculous… and, paradoxically, true. That is to
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