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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Carved into rock
The so-called “caves” (tombs) at MatalaRead more
Sources of disinformation
Bad reconstructions of Aegean warriorsRead more
A video produced by Invicta HistoryRead more
Blood, bronze, and balony
A video about battles in the Bronze AgeRead more
Misinterpreting the evidence?
A fragment of a fresco from PylosRead more
Encased in bronze
The panoply from a Mycenaean tomb at DendraRead more
Tackling a bad-faith argument against current iconoclasm
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Statues are not mere symbols
Material culture is meaningfully constitutedRead more
Dancing figures from Ayia Irini
Clay sculptures of the Bronze AgeRead more
The cult of ignorance
Towards the social approval of learningRead more
The birthplace of Zeus?
The Psychro Cave in CreteRead more