On a cold morning in Rome, a man came to deliver birds to the home [...]
In the autumn of 324 BC, Alexander stood up and looked at the faces of [...]
One night, around 500 BC, a Greek woman in Athens, named Agariste, jolted out of [...]
He was a somewhat ignoble, half-bred Greek. He grew to be a prescient general, [...]
Every year, the people of ancient Athens would gather to write down the answer to [...]
Most everyone knows that George Washington resigned from the US presidency after only two terms. [...]
In the history of the British people there has only ever been one monarch called [...]
In The Abolition of Man, C.S. Lewis summarizes the heart of classical education: “Augustine defines [...]
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