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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From Solon to Socrates
From Solon to Socrates
Aristotle’s model of correct and deviant government

Eugenia Russell

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The Odyssey
The Odyssey
A peacetime epic, or a critique of the values of the Heroic Age?

Rosie Roberts

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Between you and me
Between you and me
Betweenness centrality and related measures

Arianna Sacco

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And brother, thus begins the tale...
And brother, thus begins the tale...
How Hadestown revitalized Greek mythology

Noemi Arellano-Summer

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Settling the score
Settling the score
The duel between Paris and Menelaus

Josho Brouwers

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A portrait of Apollo?
A portrait of Apollo?
Examining a black-figure olpe in Rhodes

Josho Brouwers

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Communities and computers
Communities and computers
Archaeology on the web

Eleanor Q. Neil

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An Age of Heroes?
An Age of Heroes?
The setting of the ancient Greek myths

Josho Brouwers

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The day an island was shattered
The day an island was shattered
The eruption of Thera

Josho Brouwers

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The forgotten fascist legacy
The forgotten fascist legacy
Benito Mussolini’s role in preserving ancient Roman monuments

Alannah Campbell

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Does size matter?
Does size matter?
Measures in network analysis

Arianna Sacco

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The cemetery at Armenoi
The cemetery at Armenoi
A Late-Minoan archaeological site

Josho Brouwers

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