A new discovery at the Colosseum in Rome proves ancient Romans had a modern approach to stadium seating.
The steed was found wearing an elaborate military harness and bronze trimmings.
The need for a filling breakfast meant that eggs would serve as breakfast’s primary protein — uniting workers of the world.
If you want to understand why my neighbors voted for Trump, look to the Romans who cheered on Julius Caesar.
The roots of populism stretch back to the beginning of the end of the Roman Republic. The man who ultimately brought down the system was a wealthy and ambitious nobleman named Publius Clodius Pulcher, a populist demagogue who refused to play by the rules. The more audacious his behavior, the more the public loved him for it. The ruling classes stood by dazed and helpless as control of the state they had run for centuries slipped from their hands.