Carthage: Always the bridesmaid
By Ben Potter What do Spain, Portugal, Malta, Gibraltar, Libya, Morocco, Italy and France have in common? Weather… perhaps. Food…Read 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.
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.
Abraham and the Boom and Bust of Ur
By Cam Rea What do we really know about Abraham? Well, it was written in Genesis that his birth nameRead more.
A dominant city-state in ancient Greece, Corinth would grow to prominence as a trading center in the early Mycenaean age andRead more.
Athens and Sparta are often considered two of the most, if not the most, influential of the ancient Greek civilization;Read more.
Lagash and the Too Fertile Valley
Between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers lies a land known as Mesopotamia. It was here that men found suitable terrain,Read more.