The Peloponnesian War – The Sicilian Expedition
The Sicilian Expedition To read the previous segment on the Peloponnesian War, Click HERE. When we left off last week,
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The Peloponnesian War Summary of Battles and Betrayals – Part Two
To Read Part One, Click here: https://classicalwisdom.com/the-peloponnesian-war-summary-part-one/ The entirety of the Peloponnesian war is broken into two parts, punctuated by
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The Peloponnesian War Summary of Battles and Betrayals – Part One
You couldn’t imagine two cities less alike. Athens was a powerful democracy where citizens spent their days reclining and discussing
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We’re building a wall…and Sparta’s going to pay for it!
We’ve discussed The Donald in these pages before. Almost every time we’ve come back from the ordeal beaten and bloodied
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The Fall of Jerusalem (Part 2)
It was not often said of the Romans that they were an empire tolerant of seditious behaviour. Though arguments can
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The Battle of Arginusae
The year is 406 BC. The Peloponnesian War has been raging off and on for almost three decades. The Spartan
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The Fall of Jerusalem (Part 1)
By Ben Potter It is known as primum populi Romani bellum in Iudaeos to the Romans, ha-Mered Ha-Gadol to the
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The Humbling of Hannibal
By Ben Potter It is one of the most enduring and dramatic images from antiquity, one that widens the eyes,
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A New Jerusalem: Part One
By Ben Potter “And did those feet, in ancient time, Walk upon England’s mountains green: And was the holy Lamb
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The Emperor, The Usurper, and The Stuck Eagle
By Francesca Leaf, Contributor from Noet, a Classical Wisdom Weekly Partner If we were to visit Rome in late January
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