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Statue Of Man With Hercules Guise Discovered In Rome

An ancient statue of a man wearing a lion headdress, initially thought to be a statue of Hercules, was discovered in Rome, Italy.

Romeo and Juliet Stars Sue Over 1968 Film’s ‘Sexual Abuse’

The stars of the Oscar-winning 1968 film Romeo and Juliet are suing Paramount Pictures for sexual abuse over a nude scene they appeared in. Leonard...

When Americans Looked to Ancient Greece and Rome for Inspiration

The ancient world of Greece and Rome has long permeated America, in everything from museum collections to home furnishings. The design of the nation’s...

The Flower That Only Grows on the Acropolis: Micromeria Acropolitana

Found interspersed among the rocky terrain of the Acropolis of Athens is a small plant with pink flowers, the micromeria acropolitana.

Hannibal: The African General That Almost Conquered Rome

The intersection of Hannibal, African history, and Classics makes for a compelling story. Much of what we know of Hannibal is found in the...

Woman Grows Beard for Polycystic Ovary Syndrome Awareness

A woman from Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire, England identified only as Annette grew a beard and then shaved it off as awareness for polycystic ovary...

Greek Piano Prodigy Stelios Kerasidis Gives Impromptu Concert at Rome Airport

Many compare the Greek piano prodigy Stelios Kerasidis with the great Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Recently, he once again garnered applause when he gave a...

Palindrome Inscription Found on Ancient Amulet in Cyprus

A team of Polish archeologists in Nea Paphos, Cyprus has recently unearthed a 1,500-year-old, two-sided amulet depicting a palindrome inscription written in ancient Greek. Palindromes...

A New Museum Opens in Rome for Recovered Treasures

Last month, Italian officials in Rome inaugurated a new museum for treasures recovered before returning them home dubbed the Museo dell’Arte Salvata, or the...

Pompeii Skeleton Proves Greek Culture Was Thriving in Ancient Rome

A skeleton discovered recently in Pompeii, the Roman city which was completely destroyed after the eruption of the volcano Vesuvius in 79 AD, proves...