Hi, I’m Josho Brouwers.

I’m an archaeologist writing about the ancient world in a way that aims to be accessible to all. This website also features articles written by fellow archaeologists and ancient historians.

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The phallus and the Evil Eye
The phallus and the Evil Eye
Phallic amulets in the Roman world

Adam Parker

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The “Treasury of Atreus”
The “Treasury of Atreus”
A Late Bronze Age tomb near Mycenae

Josho Brouwers

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Early Rome
Early Rome
Ancient World Magazine podcast #13

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Few but good
Few but good
The eigenvector centrality and its meaning

Arianna Sacco

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Troilus and Cressida
Troilus and Cressida
A medieval love story

Josho Brouwers

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Studies in Bronze Age Aegean Archaeology
Studies in Bronze Age Aegean Archaeology
A book celebrating the career of John G. Younger

Josho Brouwers

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

Josho Brouwers

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Early Rome to 290 BC
Early Rome to 290 BC
A review of a book by Guy Bradley

Parrish Elizabeth Wright

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

Josho Brouwers

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Challenging Zeus
Challenging Zeus
The monstrous Typhon

Josho Brouwers

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

Josho Brouwers

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Medusa at the edge of Empire
Medusa at the edge of Empire

Adam Parker

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