Livius

The Livius.org website offers information on ancient history. There are currently 4009 pages. You will also find more than 9,600 original illustrations. You can search to find what you are looking for or browse through the articles using categories or tags; the articles listed after the map are just the most recent ones. If you are looking for the old pages on the Mesopotamian Chronicles, go here.

Wen-Amun

Wen-Amun: Egyptian diplomat, famous for his misadventurous voyage to Byblos in the early eleventh century BCE.

This page was created on 21 December 2018.

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Karahunj

Karahunj: megalithic sanctuary in Armenia, also known as Dik-dik Karer, Koşun taş, and Zorats Karer.

This page was created on 8 December 2018.

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Cleombrotus

Cleombrotus (Greek: Κλεόμβροτος): Spartan prince from the Agiad Dynasty, in 480/479 BCE regent of his nephew Pleistarchus.

This page was created on 7 December 2018.

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Pillars of Heracles

Pillars of Heracles (Greek: Ἡράκλειαι Στῆλαι): ancient name for the narrow strait that connected the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, identical to the modern Strait of Gibraltar.

This page was created on 4 December 2018.

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Leonidas

Leonidas (Greek Λεωνίδας): king of Sparta from the Agiad dynasty (r.488-480), killed in action in the battle of Thermopylae. 

This page was created on 2 December 2018.

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Beyond Anreppen

Anreppen: site of a Roman military base on the banks of the river Lippe. There must have been another base in the neighborhood.

This page was created on 2 December 2018.

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Corinthian League

Corinthian League (338 BCE): confederation of Greek cities, meant by king Philip of Macedonia to control Greece, and used by Alexander the Great in his war against the Achaemenid Empire.

This page was created on 1 December 2018.

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