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This bear should have read Xenophon's Anabasis!
'Those men who ate the honey all went off their heads...like people exceedingly drunk'. #ClassicsTwitter
A bear cub has been rescued after getting high on 'mad honey' 🍯🐻
She is thought to have become intoxicated after eating honey that can have hallucinogenic effects.
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Assumptions on gender and race have caused loads of errors over the years - this is a common methodological problem recognised decades ago. Look up Renate Rolle's work on female warrior graves! #BadAncient https://t.co/SqsBWdo7eF
Category Archives: Family History
Book being read: A. K. Bennison, The Great Caliphs: The Golden Age of the ‘Abbasid Empire, (2011) On the 15th of July, at 4.15 in the morning one of the most important things to happen in a person’s life, happened … Continue reading
Competition time! As some of you may know, I work at Shakespeare’s Globe to fund my PhD. In said Globe, there is a poster written by Bernard Levin called ‘Quoting Shakespeare’, all about the impact of Shakespeare on the English … Continue reading
Like real people, Historians are all different. They all have different areas of interest, different time periods and different things they like about history. For me, I study Ancient History mainly (for which there is minimal evidence) and I specialise … 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