On the 12th of July, 100 BC, Julius Caesar was born. He grew up to be a powerful general and statesman. He wore fine robes of royal purple to stand out from among the citizens of Rome, and imprinted his face on all the coins circulating throughout the towns. He also had a great impact … Continue reading Julius’s Caesar’s Autobiography
In the shoes of one, Catiline, a Roman criminal or supposed criminal sitting in the very room of the senate, government officials and many upper class citizens or curious onlookers. However, though in the very same room, upon my entering many have chosen other seating positions making me feel as welcome as a wolf entering … Continue reading In The Shoes of A Criminal – A Supposed Criminal
During the Hellenistic Period, new philosophies arose from philosophies before bringing into the world various groups of people arguing over what viewpoint was and is correct. Though there were many different groups, not many followed them but only a small percentage of the population. One of the more popular philosophies taught was Epicureanism. Epicureanism is … Continue reading A Basic Idea of Epicureanism
During the busy life of the Ancient world, riding cart loads of harvested vegetables to the market center or weaving rugs and tapestry for ladies of leisure, each citizen, though it may seem hard to believe, had a sense of what liberty was. However, words and their meanings have changed overtime throughout the different time … Continue reading Difference Between Liberty of Ancients and Liberty of Modern Day
Every business or every business, which is successful, has three parts encompassing the heart of the enterprise: sales & marketing, operations, and finance & administration. The three area's of Business lay the foundation for a flourishing establishment whether that be a gift shop, restaurant, super market, ect. For an example, I will be using one … Continue reading Chipotle’s Three Area’s of Business
Long before any of us, generation Z, were born; before our founding father's aided the shaping of our industrialized nation, the United States of America; and even at the time of Adam and Eve when they plucked the fruit off the tree of the knowledge of good and evil taking a bite out of it's … Continue reading Where Does the Foundation of Ethics and Laws Come From?
In the image above is an example of an ancient Greek vase from around the time period of 900-700 BC, which was around the Geometric time period named after "the geometric patterns and motifs that were prevalent on pottery at this time". Vases were highly important not only for storing water or wine, but for … Continue reading An Ancient Vase From Greece
Long before and long after the Greek religion, Christianity has existed through tribulations, persecutions, wars, famine, and pestilence. Though it hasn't always been called Christianity but by other names throughout the years, God has brought down His Word and given Christians the strength throughout the ages to hold fast to it. However, in every time … Continue reading Three Major Differences Between Greek Religion and Christianity
After the Persian Wars, the Greeks united together and decided to come up with a solution to prevent the Persians from attacking their cities again. The solution was to form a league with the Spartans - the Delian League, which was named after the Island of Delos where its treasury and temple of Appolos resided. … Continue reading Why Was the Peloponnesian Wars Fought?
In the 5th to 4th century BC along the dark-navy blue Aegean sea sparkling against the sun's beating rays, stood the glorious Athenian Empire rising in it's prideful power. During it's Golden age, not only was their massive strong navy spectacular but, at this particular time, they had created a unique system of government - … Continue reading Athenian Government