Ancient Blogger

Slowly falling down the steps of antiquity with a smile on my face...
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Just started on Instagram so I'll be adding pics as I go. Just click on the camera and see what I've been snapping
Pics of the week

Cordoba has a magnificent museum, highlight included an Iberian lion dating to the 4th century BC
 
Continuing the Spanish theme, the idea that it was a homogenous area with just one tribe is beautifully demolished by the map looking at tribes and cultures there circa 200 BC
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Segovia is famed for its aqueduct and you might wonder just how impressive an aqueduct can be. Well, pretty darn impressive is what I'd say after visiting it.
Cordoba's bridge was originally Roman, great views and about the only place you'll find a cool breeze
Podcasts

If you fancy listening to my podcasts you can find them on iTunes , Soundcloud and even a dedicated podcast blog at Libsyn .


New Podcast in - Night of the Livy Dead (Part One)

All about werwolves and vamps in antiquity
Halloween Special - classical pumpkin carving

recognise the image below? See how to carve it into a pumpkin