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.
Here are five amazing places around the world that I have a personal connection to.
This amazing painting is an encapsulation of many 19th century popular visions of the Roman Empire.
Ken L., formerly of the great blog History Republic, has written a magnificent article arguing why Byzantine history matters. This is a must-read for anyone [...]
Just in case you were wondering what happened to this story, here's an update.
"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?
So what's the deal between Dane and Loney? In Chapter 4 of "Barefoot in Rome," you get to learn a bit more.