Pick your Poison
The AK-47 of the Ancient Near East By Cam Rea The Scythian bow was the AK-47 of the Ancient NearRead more.
By Benjamin Welton When it comes to Julius Caesar’s accounts of the Gallic wars, it’s clear to see that propagandaRead more.
Tacitus’ Germania: the Mythology Behind German Nationalism
By Benjamin Welton Tacitus’ ethnographic work, Germania (98 AD), caused quite a stir among the Renaissance’s numerous intellectuals when itRead more.
Eannatum The Conqueror
It’s around 2430 BCE in ancient Mesopotamia and Eannatum, King of Lagash, is in the midsts of establishing the firstRead more.