Upcoming: May 6th Livestream: Chatting Through the Wonders of the Ancient World (While playing CIV6)

As we finish up the 7 wonders of the ancient world, I wanted to take some time and chat through, answer questions you may have had come up, all while creating my own wonders in a game of Read more

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April 24th: Why did it take 2000 years to build the Great Wall of China?

To finish up the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, it’s time for the Hanging Gardens of Babylon (https://youtu.be/QAWk1GvrZfc) to be axed to make room for a Wonder that is contemporary to them all and has the benefit of Read more

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April 17th: Replacement Wonder: The Great Stupa at Sanchi

To replace the sad state of the Colossus of Rhodes, I’ve replaced it from the Ancient Wonders list with the Great Stupa in Sanchi. This Stupa became the standard for all Stupas used in Buddhist beliefs around India, and Read more

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April 10th Time Travel – A More Deserved Wonder: Great Temple at Abu Simbel

Before we completely leave the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, I wanted to take a moment to provide my suggestions of the three that should have replaced the ones that were lackluster in my opinion: Colossus of Rhodes, Read more

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April 3rd Time Travel: Did the Hanging Gardens of Babylon exist?

As we wrap up the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, we end with the Hanging Gardens of Babylon. This video took on more of a investigation tone, as I explore the historical and archaeological records to determine if Read more

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March 27th Time Travel Series: What Happened to the Mausoleum of Halicarnassus?

Through our journey of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, we have seen multiple ones that didn’t have a lot of sticking power. Either from natural disasters, politics, religious conflicts or simply: time. Mausoleum of Halicarnassus stretched through Read more

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March 20th Time Travel: Why the Statue of Zeus at Olympia was pretty lame

The Statue of Zeus is one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, and it is a bit questionable on why there are better wonders that the ancient scholars would have had access to, but they wouldn’t have Read more

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March 14th Time Travel: What happened to the Temple of Artemis?

The Temple of Artemis in Ephesus is considered one of the wonders of the ancient world. However, what made Ephesus’s citizens build this? What made the city of Ephesus so important? Learn the answer to all of these questions Read more

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March 6th Time Travel: Why did the Rhodians build the Colossus of Rhodes?

This week, we will continue our tour of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World by exploring the history behind the Colossus of Rhodes. What convinced the Rhodians to build the statue? What other others aspects of Rhodes’ history Read more

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February 27th Time Travel: The History of the Lighthouse of Alexandria at Pharos Island

Let’s take a dive into Ancient Egypt again, to talk about another one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World: The Lighthouse of Alexandria. If UNESCO existed back then, all of Alexandria would be one of those sites. Read more

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