Unearthing the Family of Alexander the Great: PART 2
By David Grant, Author of Unearthing the Family of Alexander the Great, the Remarkable Discovery of the Royal Tombs ofRead more.
Unearthing the Family of Alexander the Great: PART 1
By David Grant, Guest Author, Classical Wisdom On November 8, 1977, ‘Archangel’s Day’ in Greece, an excavation team led byRead more.
Missing Piece of World’s Oldest Computer Discovered?
Potentially a missing part of the Antikythera mechanism, an ancient Greek device designed to calculate astronomical positions and often consideredRead more.
VIDEO: Location of Marcus Aurelius’ Mediations
Discussion about Marcus Aurelius and the history of Roman Carnuntum. Donald Robertson, author of How to Think Like a RomanRead more.
Herodotus Proved Right! Nile Shipwreck Vindicates the Greek Historian’s Wild Claims… About a Boat.
In 450 BCE, Herodotus wrote about a specific sort of cargo boat that he saw along the Nile, which, untilRead more.
Location of Julius Caesar’s Assassination to be Open to the Public!
Move Aside Feral Cats! The ruins in the Largo di Torre Argentina are about to get a fashion make-over. TheRead more.
The Hanging Gardens of Babylon
By Jocelyn Hitchcock, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom The mention of the Hanging Gardens of Babylon conjures up images of anRead more.
Do All Roads ACTUALLY Lead to Rome?
We all know the phrase “All roads lead to Rome”. Today, it is used proverbially and has come to meanRead more.
By Natalia Klimczak, Contributing Writer, Ancient Origins 2,200 years ago, a pair of skilled Etruscan hands crafted a tablet thatRead more.
The Only Library Ever Recovered from Antiquity
By Wu Mingren, Contributing writer, Ancient Origins The Villa of the Papyri is the name given to a private houseRead more.