The root of the root of all evil?
By Ben Potter When we talk about money in the ancient world, we are talking about coins… or at theRead more.
The Assyrian War
By Cam Rea Northern Iraq, northeast Syria and southeastern Turkey, this was a region once known as Assyria. A nationRead more.
Magna Graecia – or Greater Greece
by John Mancini The ebb and flow of empires, societies and cultures… these are the elements that make western cultureRead more.
By Ben Potter Athens, July 514 BC. Two of Athens’ most disgruntled sons, Harmodius and Aristogeiton become forever known asRead more.
Spartan Training: Crafting Warriors Of Legend
While the Spartans may not have been running laps around the Flatiron building with a kettlebell slung over their shoulder,Read more.
By Benjamin Welton When it comes to Julius Caesar’s accounts of the Gallic wars, it’s clear to see that propagandaRead more.
The Battle of Mount Gindarus
By Cam Rea See Part 1 here: https://classicalwisdom.com/forgotten-roman-general/ With the Amanus Pass secured, Ventidius, head of the Roman forces, pushedRead more.
Romania: Citizens of Rome
By Anya Leonard Most people don’t think of the Ancient world when they hear ‘Romania’, despite the obvious name. ModernRead more.
Abraham’s Rescue of Lot
By Cam Rea It all started over grazing lands. Lot and Abraham had flocks and herds, but when they cameRead more.
The Mystery of the Etruscans
By Benjamin Welton “Etruria is the originator and mother of all superstition.” This was stated by Arnobius the Elder, aRead more.