Enheduana was the world’s first known author and female scientist– as well as a politically appointed priestess who lived in the Sumerian city of Ur.
Adam Smith advocated an individualistic, self-interest within in a free-market economy which would benefit society through the “unintended consequences of intended actions.”
The Romans held their dead in great respect. They were di manes, the ‘good’ dead, and honoured ancestors never to be forgotten. It was customary for living relatives to visit deceased family member’s graves on their birthday, to celebrate and remember. But twice a year, Roman society publicly honoured the dead. Romans celebrated the Lemuria […]