This episode took me weeks of reading and re-reading! Becoming side-tracked was my state of being this entire time.
Iustus Bostoniae cum Serena (Skye) Shirley comoedias Romanas, artem linguas discendi, necnon alia quaedam argumenta tractat. Quarum aliarum rerum (praeter linguam Latinam) studiosus/a es? Certiores nos facias aut hac in pagina (infra) aut apud Prosopobiblion (“Facebook“) aut pipiando (“tweeting”) […]
In this episode, we discuss the myths, iconography, and cultic worship of Hera, the queen of the heavens and wife of Zeus, and the guardian of women, marriage, childbirth, and the family unit
How would you survive an ancient siege? We take a close look at the brutal siege of Carthage at the end of the Punic Wars–and give you a few tips and hacks for staying alive when the enemy has breached the gates.
As central government disappeared from what had been the Western Roman Empire, the barbarian kingdoms stepped into the void, creating new forms of rulership and institutions that would lay the groundwork for the fragmented, fractured medieval world.