Roman Chariot Racing: a Sport for Fanatics
By Mónica Correa, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom Nowadays folks use fast cars and designer handbags to flaunt their wealth. BackRead more.
Narcissus: How Vanity can be Evil
By Ben Potter, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom Even from a very young age Narcissus was unrivaled in two things: his stunningRead more.
Protagoras & Relativism
By Jacob Bell, Associate Editor, Classical Wisdom “Man is the measure of all things…” It is likely that you haveRead more.
The Colosseum: A Symbol of Gory Glory
By Mónica Correa, contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom While the Roman Empire bequeathed us many splendid structures, from the Pantheon inRead more.
The 13 Most Important Buildings in Ancient Alexandria, Egypt
An important center of Hellenistic civilization, Alexandria was the capital of Ptolemaic Egypt, Roman and Byzantine Egypt for almost 1,000Read more.
The Sirens: A Symbol of Fear
By Jocelyn Hitchcock, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom “For with their high clear song, the Sirens bewitch him, as they sitRead more.
Hippocrates The Father of Medicine
Hippocrates embodied the perfect doctor: kind, wise, old, knowledgeable, with a long beard and profound wrinkles around perceptive eyes. AtRead more.
Ptolemy, the Man who Reached the Stars
By Mónica Correa, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom The study of the earth, stars and space started millennia ago. With aRead more.
Tyrannical Hell or Harmonious Utopia?
By Jacob Bell, Associate Editor, Classical Wisdom Imagine this… You are born into a political and social structure which hasRead more.