Aeschylus’ “Suppliant Maidens”: Description of an ancient expedition from the Aegean towards the Eastern Mediterranean which ends with the colonization of Egypt – “Pelasgians”, “Argives” and “Hellenes” were all names of the same, autochthonous people

In this post we present and analyze excerpts from Aeschylus‘ tragedy “Suppliant Maidens” (or “Suppliant Women“). Continue reading “Aeschylus’ “Suppliant Maidens”: Description of an ancient expedition from the Aegean towards the Eastern Mediterranean which ends with the colonization of Egypt – “Pelasgians”, “Argives” and “Hellenes” were all names of the same, autochthonous people”

Military reforms of Servius Tullius – Rise of Rome to supremacy in Latium

The earliest amalgamation in the history of Rome was that which blended together the Ramnes, Tities, and Luceres. This was followed by the union of the settlement on the Quirinal with that on the Palatine. Traces of this union existed in the duplicate religious institutions retained in Rome, but politically it left little mark. Continue reading “Military reforms of Servius Tullius – Rise of Rome to supremacy in Latium”

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