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*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/DirLaI629CDr Silvannen Gerrard@WingedBookWyrm
Pigs being set on fire to scare elephants always seemed too fanciful to me. This was a great article assessing the evidence behind those claims ⬇️⬇️⬇️
I’m always fascinated by the different images that come from the Alexander Romance.
For an assessment on the historicity of using pigs to drive away elephants, see my article for Bad Ancient: https://t.co/PXXFb9B7DZ https://t.co/iM0CndSGo9
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