The land of barbarians and myth

A statue of Emperor Claudius, currently on display at the Naples National Archaeological Museum.

Not so Emperor Claudius


A march that changed history


A house designed for the moon

An Exterior Image of the proposed moon house. Source: London Barratt

Made From What?


The battle that set the course of European History

Charles de Steuben’s Bataille de Poitiers en octobre 732, on the left you can see Charles Martel (moutned left) on his horse preparing to strike down al-Rahman(right).


Stop trying to be intelligent.

Photo by Andrew George on Unsplash


Setting the scene for years of Civil War

Gaius Marius, seven time consul. He was also the first to show how important a generals old soliders could be in getting voted into power. Source: Wikimedia Commons


Why it did not exist

A mural found in a Pompeii bathouse depicting a threesome involving two men and Woman. Source: Wikimedia Commons, Marcus Cyron


An enemy till death

Contrary to modern day Germany, Germania around the time of the birth of Christ was thick forest. Source: Photo by Steven Kamenar on Unsplash


Carrying the torch

A drawing of Gaius Gracchus by Silvestre David Mirys circa 18th century. Source: Wikimedia Commons

Pre-Tribune


How a little land caused a shockwave

Tiberius as depicted in a 16th century French iconography book. It is likely inaccurate as the style at the time was for Romans to be cleanshaven with shrot cropped hair. Source: Wikimedia Commons

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Jordan Fearn

Currently pursing my Masters Degree in Physics, I have a keen interest in history and science of all kinds, and the figures that made it all possible.

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