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.
How did these Roman-era rings wind up in Viking-era Norway? ThorNews brings us the latest.
On the History of the Byzantine Empire blog, Robert Horvat has another terrific article on the late Roman/early Byzantine world. This one focuses on the [...]
Robert Horvat's survey of Byzantine history continues! Here is an interesting article on two brother-emperors, Valentinan and Valens, who co-ruled the empire in the mid-4th [...]
"AM I NOT MERCIFUL??!!!?!?!?"
The rest of the story of Dane's history with Loney at prep school comes out in Chapter 5 of "Barefoot in Rome."
What's cooking in this kitchen from Roman-era Austria?
Lacking a dramatic moment like a battle or siege, how do you know when an empire is really falling?
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 [...]