The Great Tsunami of 365AD was a pivotal natural disaster in the ancient world you've never heard of, and Marcellinus' account is harrowing...
The Library of Alexandria and its destruction is often thought a single inferno. In reality, the Library's demise was much more prolonged.
The Battle of Adrianople shows the clear decline of Roman power, and Magnus Maximus becomes an unlikely Welsh folk hero.
Possums Run Amok, is a jarring memoir about the before and after of a schizophrenia diagnosis, leaving the reader both shaken yet wanting.
The Great Migration in Europe eventually proved fatal to the Western Roman Empire, but the first casualties were the Thervingi Goths.