By Anya Leonard “CRACK! Smash!” The sound of your favorite vase hitting the floor. You search around for the culprit
There is the anecdote about a child who goes to school and is asked what he wants to be when
By Ben Potter Regular readers will recall our discussion on the dubious and debated identification of Homer i.e. was he
By John Mancini The original sword-wielding dragon slayer of legend was not the knightly Orlando saving Angelica, nor was it
By Van Bryan Bertrand Russell once said that one quality that made Socrates a great philosopher was his ability to
Bust of Hippocrates
By Ben Potter This week we're looking at a very controversial, and not-oft addressed topic in Ancient Greek and Roman
While the Spartans may not have been running laps around the Flatiron building with a kettlebell slung over their shoulder,
By Benjamin Welton When it comes to Julius Caesar’s accounts of the Gallic wars, it’s clear to see that propaganda
Read part 1 here!   1. Getting Lucky With Logic I had a professor tell me once that logic is
By Cam Rea See Part 1 here: With the Amanus Pass secured, Ventidius, head of the Roman forces, pushed