Caesar and St. Patrick
Dear Classical Wisdom Reader,
It’s been quite a week in the ancient world!
With both the Ides of March and St. Patrick’s Day within a couple of days of each other, there’s plenty for us to dive into this week. While it may not seem like it, Julius Caesar and St. Patrick had more in common than you might think.
They both stood at the precipice of worlds that were about to immeasurably change, and that they were to have a crucial role in shaping.
You can learn about both just below, with this week’s articles about St. Patrick and Julius Caesar’s assassination on the Ides of March.
Plus, for our members, we have an exclusive e-book of Caesar’s The Gallic Wars, his celebrated historical work concerning his nine years on campaign in Gaul, Germania, and Brittania. Our e-book also features bonus material you won’t find anywhere else!
Over at Classical Wisdom Kids, we have an article as well as some fantastic activities all based around Diogenes the Dog, one of the most colorful figures from the ancient world.
It’s said that Alexander the Great was so impressed by him that he remarked, “If I were not Alexander, then I should wish to be Diogenes.”
With the influence of Diogenes, you never know who might change the world next…
Check it all out below!
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That’s it for this week!
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