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The Scythians were formidable nomadic warriors who flourished from about 900 to 200 BC. Living on the steppe, they…
In the latest issue of Minerva, we travel to Mexico and its first civilisation: that built by the Olmecs, who created monumental works of art that are as striking today as they must have appeared 3,000 years ago.
In around 1480, a young Roman tumbled through an opening in the side of the city’s Oppian Hill, and emerged, wide-eyed, amid the remains of Nero’s 1st-century AD Domus Aurea.