Camillo Honors Pizza’s Virgilian Origins
The new Prospect-Lefferts Gardens restaurant serves pinsa, an old-timey Roman flatbread.
What the idea of civilisational ‘collapse’ says about history
The idea that the Maya or Easter Islanders experienced an apocalyptic end makes for good television but bad archaeology
New study links natural disaster with revolutions
Data sheds light on violent chain reactions started by volcanic eruptions 2,200 years ago.
A Grecian Artifact Evokes Tales From the ‘Iliad’ and ‘Odyssey’
A Grecian Artifact Evokes Tales From the ‘Iliad’ and ‘Odyssey.’
Assassin’s Creed Origins’ promiscuous Cleopatra is just plain wrong
Classicists weigh in on lurid depiction of Egypt’s queen
Solving the Mystery of an Ancient Roman Plague
Church records from the third century could help identify the disease that nearly killed the empire.
A Remnant From Caligula’s Ship, Once a Coffee Table, Heads Home
Investigators in Manhattan seized the mosaic from the home of a collector, asserting that it had been looted from Italy...
Ancient Greek wisdom for today’s leadership crisis
The ancient Greeks knew what made a good leader. Why does it seem we have forgotten their lessons?
Was the fall of Rome a biological phenomenon?
Disease may have stopped the Roman renaissance dead in its tracks.
Ancient Greek Roman City of Phaselis is Slowly Submerging
Almost two meters of the ancient city of Phaselis have submerged in 2,000 years, indicated by studies carried out by...