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Oh dear. I haven't come across this Teutoberg denialism before! It is an odd choice of battle to deny.
You can read all about this fake battle in @DrJEBall article:
People out here getting upset about a battle that happened over 2,000 years ago and sending me emails. C'mon guys, there is much more to care about in the world.
Ok hands up, I did not know any of this! Is it just me who always assumed Cleopatra VII was the final Ptolemy?
A quick Google search tells me I am not the only one, so this has the makings of a #BadAncient article! https://t.co/klwfHv5d0a
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Book being read: Maund, K., Nanson, P., The Four Musketeers: the true story of D’artagnan, Porthos, Aramis & Athos, (Stroud, 2005) I suppose history, like any career, is full of ups and downs. For me today I have experienced a … Continue reading
Book being read: Ah, you have caught me between books! At the moment my thesis is taking up most of my time so reading, per se, takes a back seat. The only books you ‘read’ are for references, clarification of … Continue reading
Needless to say, studying history, I have a deep love and appreciation for books and bookshops . . . not always booksellers, but they don’t ruin the experience too much. A good friend of mine was part of the team … Continue reading
Book being read: J. Crowley, “The Psychology of the Athenian Hoplite” (Cambridge, 2012) Right, I have finished restructuring and I am now back in the full flow of historical work – thanks for your patience! Since my last post I … Continue reading