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Relations strengthened with Roman-inspired nations

In the past week, the Empire of Austenasia has signed formal treaties of friendship and recognition with two other nations which claim continuity with the Roman Empire, namely Ovrestlia and Rhomania, and come to agreements regarding their imperial status. 288 more words

Foreign Relations

Comic Book Review: Aquila: Blood of the Iceni

2000AD has a reputation for hard-hitting, violent stories that pull no punches, though these are often dressed up in fantasy or futuristic clothes.

Aquila is a little different, given that it takes place in a historical setting that takes its cues from real events and even features genuine historical and religious figures. 412 more words


What history tells us about how we are dealing with climate change

To make climate change real to people, a first order priority rather than an afterthought, we need to tell stories, stories about what is… 1,017 more words

Climate Change

Guide to the Classics: Suetonius's The Twelve Caesars explores vice and virtue in ancient Rome

In a memorable scene from the classic BBC TV series I, Claudius (1976), three frightened senators are summoned to the palace in the dead of night by the emperor Caligula. 1,660 more words

Roman Life

Review of 'Gods and Legions' by M C Ford

‘Gods and Legions’ a novel of the Roman Empire by Michael Curtis Ford

A interesting read, the book starts at the end and then goes back to the beginning. 229 more words

Book Review

Essays | How To Answer Particularly Difficult Historical Questions

By Bajomo Rereloluwa

When it comes to historical questions, it’s always best to start with research.
Get facts about the subject. 498 more words