Articles, podcast episodes, and videos that cover a subject that doesn’t neatly fit one of the other existing topics are listed below. This includes material that deals with e.g. ancient India, China, and Mesoamerica. If you’re looking for something in particular, you can also have a look at regions and tags.
During the Early Iron Age, the peoples of Central Italy sometimes placed the ashes of the dead in urns modelled after huts or houses.
This turn-based strategy game for mobile devices offers a fun and streamlined way to build a little empire from scratch.
In the heart of Costa Rica lies an archaeological site known as Guayabo de Turrialba, the principal city of a pre-Columbian civilization.
The ancient world isn’t limited to Europe, the Mediterranean, and the Near East, but encompasses the entire globe.
In the distant past, when Assyria still reigned supreme, two tribes of nomadic horsemen wreaked havoc across Asia. They were known as the Cimmerians and the Scythians.
Sitcom Red Dwarf turns thirty this year. While it hasn’t always been the most highbrow of entertainment, it contains a number of jokes and references to ancient history – particularly the Trojan War.
It’s the end of the year. You might think the world is awful and getting worse. But that isn’t the case. In fact, it’s great and only getting better.
For this very first episode of the Ancient World Magazine podcast, we talk about why we study the ancient world.
In the 1930s, archaeologists made a remarkable discovery at Pompeii: an ivory figurine that was originally created in faraway India.
There’s been lots of talk lately about immigration. Here’s a look at the topic from the point of view of early Rome.