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Cicero in Cilicia

By Ben Potter Rome’s ‘Golden Age’ is, quite rightly, thought to have reached its zenith in the days when it was making the transition from the greatest Republic to the greatest Empire of the Ancient World. Such is the breadth and depth of interesting and talented artists and statesmen from this period – Julius Caesar,

The Dirty World of Ancient Graffiti

In a break from the norm I shall start this contribution not with a glib remark or unnecessary bit of pretentiousness, but with a warning. This week’s article will be a bit on the spicy side both in terms of language and sexual content. If either offend you then I strongly suggest that you stop