Ancient Rome

Sanskrit isn’t the only ancient language to be affected by academic imperialism

It would be foolish to casually abandon Christian ethics of restraint

Children of Athens is an absorbing romp through Greek (and Roman) history

It is folly to project modish contemporary norms backwards

Emperors existed at the intersection of many seeming incompatibilities

Don’t sneer at those who challenge the vested interests of the elite

Professor Jeremy Black and Graham Stewart discuss the nature of warfare in Ancient Greece and Rome

Despite everything we thought we knew, Nero may just possibly be regarded as a half-decent emperor

Peter Stothard’s depiction of the demise of Caesar emphasises the humanity of the emperor’s killer

Twisted tales are as old as time