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#BadAncient finally has a contribution worthy of #PhallusThursday @TraffordLj
New contributor @adamarchaeology walks us through the purpose of a Pompeii phallus carving that is NOT there to direct people to the brothel:
https://t.co/PGrAFsnDogAncient World Magazine@AncientWorldMag
*Proud teacher moment*
Daniel is the first intern @AncientWorldMag have had, and has written a series of articles based on his undergraduate research project from when he was a student @HistoryManMet - all about the Athenian symposium.
New contributor Daniel Woon looks at the Athenian symposium from three different perspectives to fully understand what really went on at ancient Greek house parties. This first part in the series will explore the personal gains from attending a symposium. https://t.co/DirLaI629C
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Book being read: J. Marozzi, “Tamerlane: Sword of Islam, Conqueror of the World” (2005) Like many people, I have been watching a lot of the Olympics and what has struck me most is how one sport, or what I perceive … Continue reading
I have a lot of sympathy for historical studies that pick up media attention. On the one hand it allows a wide range of people to find out about your work – Great! On the other hand you are at … Continue reading
I have an article coming out in this month’s Ancient Warfare Magazine, click here for the introductory paragraph, in which I talk about why I think religion stopped Sparta from fighting in the Persian invasions in the 5th Century B.C.E. … Continue reading
The University of Edinburgh has a virtual history archive project that is bringing together and making available lots of information about different areas on Scottish life during the First World War. You can find it at http://www.edinburghs-war.ed.ac.uk/ It is definitely … Continue reading