Joshua Gaskin

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Julius Caesar may have suffered mini-strokes, study finds

Roman emperor Julius Caesar may have suffered a series of mini-strokes, explaining his dark mood in later life, according to doctors at London's …

The end of Roman Britain: what ended, when and why?

<b>The end of Roman Britain: what ended, when and why?</b><p>Lecture by Andrew Gardner (UCL Institute of Archaeology)<p>Given at University College London, on …

Centurions : the practice of Roman officership

<b>Centurions : the practice of Roman officership</b><p>By Graeme A. Ward<p>PhD Dissertation, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2012<p>Abstract: This …

Ancient History

Top 10 Strangest Deaths of Roman Emperors

<b>Between 27 BC and AD 476, the Roman Empire was ruled by 77 emperors. For most of them it was not a long career – 33 of these emperors were murdered,</b> …

Emperors of Rome podcast tops iTunes University

A new podcast series by Rhiannon Evans, entitled <i>Emperors of Rome</i>, has reached the number one spot in Top Collections on Apple’s iTunes University for …

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The Mighty Wall of Hadrian, Emperor of Rome

Built by Emperor Hadrian of the Roman Empire, Hadrian's Wall stretches across the width of England south of its modern border with Scotland. This …

The translation of the Gallic faith into the Roman pantheon

The continental neighbors of the Romans, the Gallic tribes were considered barbaric entities which the Republic and Empire attempted to colonize …

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Augustus’ own reason for attacking Anthony, and an 18th century forgery

In the old Loeb edition of Martial’s epigrams[1], translated by Walter C. A. Ker, there is a curious epigram in book XI, 20, which gives Augustus’ …

Byzantine Trade Goods - Anatolia and the Caucasus, 500–1000 A.D.

<b>Byzantium</b><p><b>From the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York</b><p>Anatolia remains one of the most important territories of the Byzantine Empire during this …

Mediolanum, the Capital of the Roman Empire: #1 episode – Milan in Mini Tour

<i>Text, photo and video by –</i> <b>VIRGINIA STAGNI</b><p><i>Translation by –</i> <b>FLORA TRIOLO</b><p><i>The topological back-up has been recreated on paper and then transferred on the</i> …

Review - Soldier of Rome: The Legionary by James Mace

A history resource article by Mary Harrsch © 2014 <br>The first book in James Mace's Artorian Chronicles opens during the dramatic final moments of the …

Fritigern

Fritigern (also Fritigernus, died c. 380 CE) was a Visigothic king best known as the victor of the decisive Battle of Adrianople in 378 CE, which …

World History

The Golden Age of Rome: Augustus’ program to better the Roman Empire

<b>The Golden Age of Rome: Augustus’ program to better the Roman Empire</b><p>By Matthew Bowser<p>Undergraduate Thesis, University of Pittsburgh, 2013<p>Abstract: In …

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A Comparison Of Republican Roman and Han Chinese Barbarian Relations

<b>A Comparison Of Republican Roman and Han Chinese Barbarian Relations</b><p>By Joseph Dragovich<p>Undergraduate Thesis, University of Pittsburgh, 2009<p>Abstract: …

Battle of Adrianople - The Roman Legion Dies

<b>The Death of the Roman Legion</b><p>Only 17 years after the battle the Eastern Empire<p>made its permanent break from Rome.<p>Sometimes one has to wonder what the …

How Generous were the Romans in Granting Citizenship?

<b>How Generous were the Romans in Granting Citizenship?</b><p>Altay Cosku<p><i>Labyrinth: An online journal published by the Classical Studies Department of the</i> …

The life and death of Pompey the Great - Medieval manuscripts blog

Even by the standards of Rome in the first century BC, Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus had an eventful life. The son of Strabo, a man so loathed by the Romans …

What is Honor? | The Art of Manliness

Across cultures and time, honor and manliness have been inextricably tied together. In many cases, they were synonymous. Honor lost was manhood lost. …

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Julian and The Decision to Fight: Strasbourg, 357

<b>Julian and The Decision to Fight: Strasbourg, 357</b><p>Adam Glen Hough<p><i>The Graduate History Review: Vol.2 (2010)</i><p><b>Abstract</b><p>In the year 357, the armies of the …

Who's Your Daddy? Explaining the Rise of Roman Criminal Law

<b>Who’s Your Daddy? Explaining the Rise of Roman Criminal Law</b><p>Michael Brazao<p><i>Hirundo: the McGill Journal of Classical Studies</i>, <i>Vol.3 (2004)</i><p><b>Abstract</b><p>As a …

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