And an ancient sect’s version of all-night study.
The dark side of ancient Rome’s glory.
The gold of a 2nd-century tomb.
What their gravestones tell us.
Berenice beyond her many marriages.
“Ozymandias” is a story not only of Egypt, but of nation after nation throughout history—except one.
A talmudic legend of a wicked emperor’s demise, set to verse.
Used for troop training, marching, speeches and, fun.
Antoninus Pius and the moon goddess Luna.
“One of the most beautiful treasures of the Roman era.”
Even older than their Christian counterparts.
What the destruction of Jerusalem meant to those who destroyed it.
Stories from the Talmud and historical findings might shed light on an apparent Jewish population explosion in the post-biblical era.