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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A survey of Mycenaean warfare
Evidence from the Late Bronze Age AegeanRead more
Flattening the palaestra ground
A red-figure cup from RhodesRead more
Did Odin come from Troy?
The Anatolian origins of the Norse pantheonRead more
Settling the score
The duel between Paris and MenelausRead more
A portrait of Apollo?
Examining a black-figure olpe in RhodesRead more
An Age of Heroes?
The setting of the ancient Greek mythsRead more
The day an island was shattered
The eruption of TheraRead more
The cemetery at Armenoi
A Late-Minoan archaeological siteRead more
Attacking from a distance
Archers in ancient GreeceRead more
From blue boy to blue monkey
Reconstructing a fresco from KnossosRead more
Constructing the past on Star Trek: VoyagerRead more
An anarchist perspective on the end of the Bronze AgeRead more