Cato: The Roman Ron Paul?
By Ben Potter During his own era Marcus Porcius Cato (234-149 BC) was known as ‘Cato the Censor’, for hisRead more.
The Poet King and his ‘Kingdom’
By Abigail Russell Alexander’s brief and militant kingship won the renown of the ages and awarded him the title ‘Great.’Read more.
Constantine: Convert or Con-artist?
By Amy Zahn When most people hear the name “Constantine,” all they think is the word “Christian.” And there’s goodRead more.
The Forgotten Roman General
By Cam Rea General Publius Ventidius is probably one of the most overlooked, if not completely forgotten, generals in militaryRead more.
Cicero in Cilicia
By Ben Potter Rome’s ‘Golden Age’ is, quite rightly, thought to have reached its zenith in the days when itRead more.
My Women Fight Like Men
Queen Artemisia of Caria is mentioned by a handful of ancient Greek writers who would have lived some years afterRead more.
Mark Antony: Make Love And War
by Cam Rea Once the dust cleared at the Battle of Philippi in 42 BCE, the victor Mark AntonyRead more.
Pericles (495-429 BCE)
Pericles was an Athenian general and statesman who rose to prominence during the golden age of Athens and would remainRead more.
Marcus Aurelius (121-180 AD)
Marcus Aurelius was a Roman Emperor from 161 to 180 AD. For the first 8 years of his rule heRead more.
Pericles and the Land of the Deadheads
Pericles: “I Shall Begin With Our Ancestors” “I shall begin with our ancestors,” said Pericles, in his speech for theRead more.