Below are all the items that were published in November 2021.
Dr Joshua Hall talks with Dr Ulla Rajala (Stockholm University) about Early Rome, with special reference to books that have been recently published on this topic.
Back in 2018, Josho Brouwers, Matthew Lloyd, and Joshua Hall started a podcast and website on speculative fiction called Pod Bay One. The website (and podcast) no longer exist, but we do get the occasional request to make the episodes available again, so here they are!
The fourth and last of the most common measures used in network analysis is the eigenvector centrality. In this article, you will discover its meaning, how to make use of it and how to calculate it.
In ancient stories, including Homer’s Iliad, the Trojan prince Troilus is killed at a young age by the Greek champion Achilles. In the Middle Ages, he became the lead character in a love story that paired him up with a young woman called Cressida.
On the occasion of his retirement, Brent Davis and Robert Laffineur have put together a Festschrift to honour the life and career of Aegean archaeologist John G. Younger. Josho discusses the book and highlights some of his favourite chapters.
From the Bronze Age citadel of Mycenae comes a plaster head of a figure with a penetrating gaze, white skin, and red rosettes on the forehead, cheeks, and chin. Who or what does this figure represent?
As part of a new series from Edinburgh University Press aiming to tell a complete history of Rome, Guy Bradley offers a new survey of the methodologically challenging early years of the city.
Once, the demigod Hercules (Herakles) travelled to Troy and killed a sea-monster for the city’s king, Laomedon. When Laomedon refused to pay the hero for his services, things took a dramatic turn.