One of Rome's forgotten emperors, the 4th century (CE) ruler Maxentius left a big imprint on the city that was his capital, as this article from Trowels & Temples shows us.
This amazing structure in the heart of Rome is about a lot more than just gladiators and lions, as this article from the Just History blog shows.
Recipe Reminiscing shows us how the ancient Greeks created culinary delights like souvlaki more than 3,000 years ago.
Robert Horvat, long-time friend of this blog and an excellent history blogger himself, has a fun little post showcasing an unusual bit of art from [...]
This wonderful painting depicts a famous artist from ancient Greece, and his most famous creation.
"AM I NOT MERCIFUL??!!!?!?!?"
What's cooking in this kitchen from Roman-era Austria?
Today is International Women's Day, and Robert Horvat, frequent guest writer on this blog, has been running on his own site a great series showcasing [...]
Robert Horvat, frequent contributor to this site, takes us back to Roman times with an update on his previous article about Pompeii. This one focuses [...]
Ghost cities from the Roman Empire, buried by a catastrophic volcano, provide haunting clues about the Roman world.