Classical

In ancient Greek history, the Classical period covers more or less the fifth and fourth centuries BC.

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The death penalty in Athens
The death penalty in Athens

Josho Brouwers

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Making ancient Greek vases
Making ancient Greek vases
A look at red- and black-figure pottery

Josho Brouwers

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The heroine Atalanta
The heroine Atalanta

Josho Brouwers

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Cimmerians and Scythians
Cimmerians and Scythians
Herodotus reconsidered

Daan Nijssen

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Partying with death?
Partying with death?
A cup in the British Museum

Josho Brouwers

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Aristeia and philotimia
Aristeia and philotimia
Two key concepts of the ancient Greek world

Eugenia Russell

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“Heroic” nudity?
“Heroic” nudity?
Naked men in ancient Greek art

Josho Brouwers

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Aeneas before Virgil
Aeneas before Virgil
Early Greek sources about the Trojan hero

Josho Brouwers

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Enhancing the gods
Enhancing the gods
Pheidias and the Siphnian Frieze

Gareth Williams

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Cleobis and Biton
Cleobis and Biton

Josho Brouwers

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The ancient Greek hoplite
The ancient Greek hoplite
Ancient World Magazine podcast #2

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Uneasy bedfellows
Uneasy bedfellows
Carthage and Athens at the end of the fifth century BC

Joshua R. Hall

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