Saint Lucifer was a bishop from Cagliari, Sardinia, who lived during the 4th century. His name sparks a lot of confusion.
The “smell of old churches” is that musty yet perfumed scent that is as much a part of Rome’s allure as the city’s ruins and restaurants.
Italy currently recognizes 44 official pathways known as the Cammini d’Italia. Learn about the many historic routes that you can hike, bike, and walk.
Damnatio Memoriae, a modern description of a common Roman practice, condemned unpopular leaders to oblivion. Here’s how that worked and what we can learn from it today.
Romulus is a 10-part tv series about Rome’s origin story told entirely in archaic Latin.