Category Archives: Golden Ages

Good times, like the Age of Pericles and Pax Romana: looking back at not-quite-utopias.

Pax Romana: Good Times, Remembered 0 (0)

“…the glory that was Greece,And the grandeur that was Rome….”(“To Helen,” Edgar Allen Poe (1845) via Wikipedia) I don’t yearn for ‘the good old days’ of my youth, or for more remote golden ages. My memory’s too good, and I’ve … Continue reading

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