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Tales of Times Forgotten

Making the Distant Past Relevant to the Present Day.

  • By Spencer McDaniel
  • Based in United States of America
  • Roughly two posts per month
  • First post on

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Posts per month
Month starting Posts
Nov 2022 1
Dec 2022 6
Jan 2023 2
Feb 2023 2
Mar 2023 4
Apr 2023 2
May 2023 2
Jun 2023 4
Jul 2023 2
Aug 2023 2
Sep 2023 3
Oct 2023 2
Nov 2023 3
Dec 2023 2
Jan 2024 1
Feb 2024 1
Mar 2024 2
Apr 2024 3
May 2024 2

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Most recent posts

Did Julius Caesar Really Say “The Die Is Cast”?
One of the most famous anecdotes in all of ancient history holds that, when the Roman general and politician Julius Caesar crossed the Rubicon stream, which marked the boundary of Italy, in January 49 BCE …
On , by Spencer McDaniel, 1,505 words
In Defense of Hegelochos
The Athenian tragic playwright Euripides (lived c. 480 – c. 406 BCE) is known for adapting traditional myths in highly innovative and sometimes controversial ways. In spring 408 BCE, his perhaps most iconoclastic tragedy Orestes …
On , by Spencer McDaniel, 1,313 words
What Do the Newly-Read Herculaneum Papyri Actually Tell Us about Plato?
Readers who have been paying attention to the news may have seen that a group of researchers led by Graziano Ranocchia of the University of Pisa in Italy have recently used modern technology to read …
On , by Spencer McDaniel, 1,535 words