Well, that didn’t take long: I found an error on the first page. The Roman senator who called for the destruction of Carthage was Cato the Elder. I will accept all correct answers on Cicero for full credit, and will continue to accept “all of the above” as well.
Fascinating review of a new book on the history of Rome’s rival, Carthage, which offers a dramatic reinterpretation of the classical histories.
Roman textile production may have been more sophisticated than we thought, and may suggest that fashions changed in Rome faster than we thought.
Very interesting article on how recent archealogical discoveries in Saudi Arabia, pushing back the date of first domestication of horses by millenia, requires reconsidering early art, greek mythology and military history