Words Written Upon the Hide of a Cow

Much of the Literature We Enjoy Today Has its Roots in Ancient Rome
The Ones Who Wrote History Often Left Biased But Highly Entertaining Accounts

Rome's Greatest Gift to Us: Her Alphabet
Writing Materials in the Roman World
From Scroll to Bound Book: An Innovation that Changed Our World Forever
Ancient Writers: Truth, Bias, and Point of View
The Ancient Art of Telling a Lie
How Do We Know They Were Telling the Truth?
What Ancient Historians Thought of History
The Priestly Records
Cato the Elder
Titus Livy
Julius Caesar as Historian
Dio Cassius
The Meditations of Marcus Aurelius
Pliny the Elder, Natural Historian and Scientist
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