Month: April 2017

April 26, 2017 /

The Doctors are back! And celebrating reaching our seventieth episode no less! We dive right back into the narrative of Rome’s history from the founding of the City with an examination of the years just following the death of Coriolanus. Rome, perhaps unsurprisingly, doesn’t really know how to get along with her neighbours… The Volscians, The Aequians, and The Hernicans Artwork: A compilation of Drs R and G hanging about being excellent podcast co-hosts in…

April 17, 2017 /

We’ve revamped our itunes page! You can listen to all our episodes, subscribe, and leave a review if you’d love to spread the word about Ancient Rome to others  🙂 https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/podcast-the-partial-historians/id637226647?mt=2 That’s us below sending you our best wishes for upcoming episodes!

April 6, 2017 /

In the spirit of openness and from a desire to share what I have produced in terms of research, my (Dr Greenfield’s) dissertation is attached below. Handy to have if you want to know more about the Vestal Virgins! Super handy if your looking for more scholarly work on the late Republic and early principate (c. 150 BCE – 14 CE)! Greenfield, P. N. 2011. Virgin Territory – The Vestals and the Transition from Republic to…