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OK, except for the papyri, the sculpture and art, the monumental architecture, mathematics, city planning, irrigation systems, and the pyramids ...
What have the ancient Egyptians ever really done? #BadAncient #sarcasm
'for three and a half thousand years the Egyptians hadn't invented anything new.'
Wow, I mean ... just wow. I am amazed someone could say that out loud with a straight face. #BadAncient https://t.co/sBmYmxy3fgEuripides L Evriviades 🇨🇾🇪🇺@eevriviades
This is it in a nutshell! Dog may be man's best friend, but I am not sure that we uphold our half of the relationship very well.
My ancestors have been faithful to humans since time immemorial. Can I say the same about humans?
Dogs in Ancient Greece - with @reeshistory via @HistoryHitRome
#ancientGreece #Greece #Archaeology #Dogs #DogsOfTwitter #ancients #pets 2
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At the end of last week I was interviewed by The History of Ancient Greece Podcast. They wanted me to talk about classical Greek warfare, on land, and the difficulties involved in reconstructing the mechanics involved. We also discussed the … Continue reading
Apologies, it has been a hectic 2018, so the blog has been ignored. Anyway, only a short one for now. I have finally published book number 2: Great Naval Battles of the Ancient Greek World, which is available here. For … Continue reading
I love my dog. He is a lhasa apso x west highland terrier called Gus, and he is a vital member of the family. He looks like an ancient breed known as the Maltese, and because of this likeness I … Continue reading
It has been a while, so here is another review for you! David Santiuste, Edward IV and the War of the Roses, (Barnsley, 2010) With great apprehension I have spent many-a-day staring at the foreboding cover of Santiuste’s work before … Continue reading
A review of a great book, which covers a fascinating period of ancient Spartan history: its decline. Godfrey Hutchinson, Sparta: Unfit for Empire, (Barnsley, 2014) The Spartan period of dominance in Greece (the hegemony c.404-371 BCE) has attracted a lot … Continue reading