Ancient History News Archive September 2013

September 2013

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Last Call: AHE's Pompeii Exhibition Review

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published on 27 September 2013
Last call for the British Museum's outstanding exhibition: "Life and Death, Pompeii and Herculaneum," running until September 29, 2013. Exhibition review provided by AHE contributor, Mr. James Lloyd: Home to the Rosetta Stone, the controversial Parthenon Marbles, and countless other wonders of the ancient world, the British Museum needs little introduction... [continue reading]
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We are excited to announce that the Ancient History Encyclopedia has been listed as one of 105 Indispensable Resources for Online Research by OnlinePhDProgram.org. Academic research is at the heart of any masters or doctoral program of study. While in-depth research was once confined to reference libraries and organizations with access to copies of academic... [continue reading]
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AHE Recommended by Tijdschrift Origine

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published on 20 September 2013
It gives us great pleasure to announce that the Ancient History Encyclopedia (AHE) was recently profiled and recommended by the prominent Dutch fine arts magazine, Tijdschrift Origine (Nummer 3 2012, Jaargang 21). Based in Haarlem, Tijdschrift Origine provides independent, expert analyses on the international art sector, covering antiques, design, art history... [continue reading]
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Meet the Tarascans: Fierce Foes of the Aztecs

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published on 18 September 2013
At the time of the Spanish conquest of Mexico (1519-1521 CE), two empires dominated the political and cultural landscape of Mesoamerica: the Aztec Empire and the relatively unknown Tarascan State. The Tarascans were the archenemies of the Aztecs, carving an empire of their own in the contemporary Mexican states of Michoacán, Guanajuato, Guerrero, Querétaro... [continue reading]
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Support AHE through Reading!

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published on 06 September 2013
If you love reading AHE's definitions, articles, and special features, you should know that you can order books on ancient history and support us directly! Books on multiple subjects can be bought through AHE's book section via Amazon (US/UK) or Book Depository (which offers free international delivery). With every book order, AHE receives a small commission... [continue reading]
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A symbol of fertility, immortality, and divinity, wine was the favored drink of choice across the ancient Near East and Mediterranean. Wine is mentioned frequently in biblical scriptures, and was used for everyday purposes in cooking and medicine. In this exclusive interview, James Blake Wiener of the Ancient History Encyclopedia speaks to Mr. Joel Butler, co-author... [continue reading]

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