Josho Brouwers

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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A face from the past
A face from the past
A plaster head from Mycenae

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Encounter with a sea-monster
Encounter with a sea-monster
Hercules at Troy

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Challenging Zeus
Challenging Zeus
The monstrous Typhon

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In memoriam
In memoriam
On the loss of one of Hercules’ fingers

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A temple for all the gods
A temple for all the gods
The Pantheon in Rome

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Sir Orfeo and Heurodis
Sir Orfeo and Heurodis
A medieval take on the story of Orpheus

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History as inspiration, part 4
History as inspiration, part 4
Halo and the ancient world

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Assassin’s Creed: Origins
Assassin’s Creed: Origins
Exploring Ptolemaic Egypt

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Alexander’s underwater adventure
Alexander’s underwater adventure
A medieval story about Alexander the Great

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A survey of Mycenaean warfare
A survey of Mycenaean warfare
Evidence from the Late Bronze Age Aegean

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Flattening the palaestra ground
Flattening the palaestra ground
A red-figure cup from Rhodes

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Did Odin come from Troy?
Did Odin come from Troy?
The Anatolian origins of the Norse pantheon

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