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 the
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The Assyrian War
By Cam Rea Northern Iraq, northeast Syria and southeastern Turkey, this was a region once known as Assyria. A nation
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Magna Graecia – or Greater Greece
by John Mancini The ebb and flow of empires, societies and cultures… these are the elements that make western culture
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Athenian Democracy
By Ben Potter Athens, July 514 BC. Two of Athens’ most disgruntled sons, Harmodius and Aristogeiton become forever known as
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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,
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Caesar’s Gaul
By Benjamin Welton When it comes to Julius Caesar’s accounts of the Gallic wars, it’s clear to see that propaganda
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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, pushed
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Romania: Citizens of Rome
By Anya Leonard Most people don’t think of the Ancient world when they hear ‘Romania’, despite the obvious name. Modern
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Abraham’s Rescue of Lot
By Cam Rea It all started over grazing lands. Lot and Abraham had flocks and herds, but when they came
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The Mystery of the Etruscans
By Benjamin Welton “Etruria is the originator and mother of all superstition.” This was stated by Arnobius the Elder, a
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