This thesis will survey ancient responses to earthquakes and examine the reasons for imperial relief.
The first part of this thesis is concerned with the assimilation of Pisidia into the Roman Empire, reviewed against a background of general expansion and development…The second part of the thesis is concerned with aspects of later Antiquity, beginning with the archaeological evidence for Christianity in Pisidia.
After the Battle of Cannae, Hannibal retired to the confines of his camp to celebrate the greatest defeat the Romans had ever suffered, and as the future would hold, anyone would suffer
This thesis will focus on the battle of Actium and the ways in which the Caesarian regime represented and commemorated this conflict and turned it to Octavian/Augustus’s purpose.
A new map will help walkers and other visitors to Hadrian
In April 2009, Dr. Brian Rose, Deputy Director of the Penn Museum was invited by the State Department to help coordinate cultural preservation…
Many books – and countless introductions – have been written about ancient jewellery, covering its techniques, styles and history. None of these sources, however, provides an insight into the iconography and symbolism of these jewels to any considerable degree.
A massive hoard of over 52 000 coins dating back to the third century AD have been discovered in a field near Frome in the English country of Somerset.
This investigation examines literary, archaeological, and epigraphical evidence in four historical periods in order to draw as accurate a picture as possible of women’s sport in ancient Greece.
Early relations between Macedonia and the Aetolian Confederacy, unlike their contactsin the Hellenistic Age, have not been often subjected to historical investigation. Inspite — or rather because — of this relative shortage of modern studies historical constructs do not agree in details.