They are one of the greatest enemies Rome ever faced, and are still remembered today for their shocking child sacrifices. But how much do you know about…… Read more “Carthage: The Untold Story”
According to the Bible, Abraham’s nephew Lot moved to Sodom and was later captured by raiders led by four kings. How much of this story is true?…… Read more “Sodom 2: Five Kings against 4”
Responding to a post about my latest podcast, a Facebook friend asked for my thoughts on the “sin of Sodom” that led to its destruction. This has…… Read more “Prelude to Sodom”
My earlier post on this subject inspired a video on YouTube. (Sorry I didn’t get to Carthage this week: next week, I promise). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FofDGHwgid4
This month’s Skeptical Inquirer features a special report regarding the ongoing archaeological work at Tall el-Hammam, the purported site of ancient Sodom. The author, Mark Boslough, is…… Read more “Myth, Science, and Sodomy: The Curious Case of Tall el-Hammam”
A response to a Bitchute comment on my latest video about Greeks & Phoenicians.
Greek alphabet (and, by extension, the Latin and Cyrillic alphabets, were inspired by the Phoenician abjad. But in what other ways did the Phoenicians influence classical Greek culture? Tune in to learn more!
She’s the face that launched a thousand ships, the beautiful woman who started one of the ancient world’s ugliest wars. But how much fact lies behind this…… Read more “Troy: The Untold Story”
Zeus Labraundos (Carian Zeus) [T]he Carians … suppose that they are dwellers on the mainland from the beginning, and that they went always by the same name…… Read more “The Carian Zeus and the Father of History”