At a Glance: League of Corinth, Macedon’s rise to power

    Apologies for being away for so long, I’m back with a glance at at the league of Corinth, throwing in some ancient history. The league of Corinth was a federation of Greek states established by Philip II of Macedon in 338-7 BC used to unify the Greeks in peace and avenge the crimes … More At a Glance: League of Corinth, Macedon’s rise to power

The Bronze Age: Homer

Bronze age, Homer, Mycenaean Civilisation. Do we learn anything from the Epic poetry that has held modern Western Civilisation since it was first sung? It is widely understood that the epics of Homer were composed in the late Bronze age. A feudal society ruled by a King in each region supported by an aristocracy shown historically … More The Bronze Age: Homer

The Muses.

I thought I’d do something different this time and drop by a little story about the Muses with the concept of if History no longer existed. “Why History Miss Antiquity?” “Please, Calliope, and why not History?” She responded, reclining in her lush blue chair, lifting her crystal glass to her pink lips and I just … More The Muses.