Greek & Roman Society & Culture
This article is an analysis on how Lycurgus and the Great Rhetra had drastically shaped Spartan society.
This article analyses the influence of Lycurgus reforms on Spartan Society
This article takes a look at just how democractic Athens was.
Romans are known for all the weird food that they ate during their lavish banquets. Some, however, are stranger than most, while others are more delicious.
A brief history of the pre-Socratic philosopher Thales and his later influence as the founder of western scientific thought. One of the most influential philosophers of ancient Greece.
Slavery is the oldest form of abuse on human rights, yet a necessary measure for the growth of ancient civilizations. Whether captured soldiers or unfortunate people caught in the open, evidences of slavery go as far as...
Roman comedy can come as unrealistic and implausible to a modern audience. However, it is interesting to look at these ancient texts in the context of the culture in which they were written. In this hub I examine the...
The Roman Empire brought civilization by spreading it's culture by conquering much of the ancient world. What stopped Rome from spreading it's ideology and culture all around the entire world ?
Ever wish you could yell "THIS IS SPARTA!" every time you dump someone? Newsflash, bucko- actual dating in ancient Sparta was far more intense.
Olive oil is used today in mostly cooking and for health reasons. But in Rome there were many more ways it was used, making it one of the most valuable goods in the empire.
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