Tag: pergamon

Medicine in the Ancient World

03/27 | What exactly did ancient cultures do to combat disease and injury, and did these methods have any real basis in science as we know it today? The answers may surprise   Read more…

Posted in Daily Life and Practice.

What Was Life Like for Roman Slaves?

12/19 | In the southwest of Asia Minor, at the site of Aphrodisias, Turkey, archaeology has provided insight into the lives of Roman slaves, including a man named Zoilos who earned his   Read more…

Posted in Biblical Archaeology Sites, Daily Life and Practice.

Classical Corner: The Antonine Plague and the Spread of Christianity

03/13 | In 166 C.E., the Roman Empire was at the zenith of its power. The triumphant Roman legions, under the command of Emperor Lucius Verrus, returned to Rome victorious after having   Read more…

Posted in Daily Life and Practice.


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