How Well do Your Ideas Hold up in the Coronavirus Pandemic?

There’s nothing like a crisis to test your mettle, or in this case, the mettle of your ideas. “Crisis” is…

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The Battle of the Metaurus: The Day that Saved Rome?

It’s 207 BC. For 11 years, Hannibal has rampaged in Italy, slaughtering Romans with fire and sword. He is already…

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Lives of the Great Commanders: Review

Your fate is determined by two things – your fortune and your character. One is uncontrollable, but the other can…

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In the Name of Rome: Review

We’ve seen Adrian Goldsworthy’s work before with Caesar: Life of a Colossus. Before he wrote that “monumental” biography, however, he…

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10 Things Julius Caesar Almost Did

Gaius Julius Caesar was the most famous Roman of all time. One of the most talented individuals in history, Caesar…

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The Conspiracy of Catiline and The War of Jugurtha: Review

Foreign wars sabotaged by a great country’s own elites. Lusting for gold and blinded by greed, they put their short…

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On Duties: Review

Marcus Cicero is mostly known nowadays as the greatest orator in Rome, but in earlier times, when the classics were…

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How Rome Won the Second Punic War

The legacy and glory of Rome is unmistakable even in the 21st century. Its language is the foundation of the…

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