Questions about Greece and Rome
I wrestle, and was wondering, what civilizations had an ancient form of wrestling?
I heard that the Greeks classified plants. Do they?
Were there any Spanish generals in the Roman army?
Are there any reports about Achilles, Odysseus, or Telemachus being real?
Has any real evidence or proof been found about Atlantis?
Does the Greek alphabet have its roots in the Phoenician alphabet?
I have the name of A. Skias as the main or most famous of the archaeologists involved with ancient Corinth? Is this correct?
What kinds of food did the ancient Greeks have at their festivals?
What type of kitchen equipment did the ancient Greeks have? How did they
cook their food?
How did Sir Arthur Evans carry out his excavations at Knossos?
How did Greek farming techniques differ from those used by the Romans?
Did Heracles (Hercules in Latin) ever exist?
Could Atlantis be one of the Mediterranean Sea islands that are forming and sinking due to tectonic plates?
What would the Greeks have eaten as lavish foods when a guest came for
I'd like to know about the Minoan women toreadors and the fresco of women vaulting over the bull?
Have archaeologists discovered evidence for the lost city of Atlantis?
What natural resources did the four early civilizations
(Mesopotamia, Egypt, Rome, and Greece) share?
What were some of the farming techniques of the ancient Greeks?
To whom was the first temple at Olympia dedicated?
What can you tell me about ancient Greek pottery?
Why is Greece's capital named Athens?
What were Pythagoras's mathematical achievements?
Where can I find a sample of language from Knossos?
Can you tell me about Sir Arthur Evans and the site at Knossos?
Can you tell me about the Roman army?
Were there female gladiators?
Who was Pompey?
How did the Romans make concrete?
Was the Pantheon oculus covered?
Could you tell me about ancient Roman food?
What does "The die is cast" said by Julius Caesar mean?