Josho Brouwers is an archaeologist (MA, PhD) with a focus on war, violence, and society in the ancient Aegean, from the Bronze Age down to the end of the Archaic period.
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Total War: Pharaoh
Thoughts on the latest strategy game by Creative AssemblyRead more
A video produced by Invicta HistoryRead more
Brutal violence in Homer’s IliadRead more
Rules of the Trojan War?
Heralds interceding at nightfallRead more
Ancient World Magazine lives!
We’re back, sort of – it’s complicatedRead more
Matriarchy and madness
A bad take on AegeaNetRead more
Old World (2021)
A deeply flawed historical strategy gameRead more
Africans in Bronze Age Crete?
The “Captain of the Blacks” fresco from KnossosRead more
Competing for olive oil
A Panathenaic prize amphoraRead more
Sacrifice before battle
An ancient Greek ritualRead more
Amplitude Studios’s new 4X strategy gameRead more