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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An equid from Phaistos
An equid from Phaistos
A closer look at a terracotta figurine

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Playing with history
Playing with history
Thoughts on historical strategy games

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A Minoan harbour town
A Minoan harbour town
The ancient site of Kommos in Crete

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A Total War Saga: Troy
A Total War Saga: Troy
Thoughts on the game

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Wandering the wine-dark sea
Wandering the wine-dark sea
Greek migration and dialects

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An ancient, sacred place
An ancient, sacred place
The Melidoni Cave near Rethymno, Crete

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Homer’s Trojan War
Homer’s Trojan War
A video produced by Invicta History

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How does one interpret figurative art?
How does one interpret figurative art?
A look behind the curtain

Josho Brouwers, Joshua R. Hall, and Matthew Lloyd

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Achilles’ heel?
Achilles’ heel?
Origins of a hero’s weak point

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Carved into rock
Carved into rock
The so-called “caves” (tombs) at Matala

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Sources of disinformation
Sources of disinformation
Bad reconstructions of Aegean warriors

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Mycenaean chariots
Mycenaean chariots
A video produced by Invicta History

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