Roman Historians, Part 2

My arrival in Italy has coincided with the nice folks at Write Where It Hurts publishing Part 2 of my essay on Romans and Historians. This one features an absolutely fascinating character from Roman history, Nero’s trans-feminine wife, Sabina. Obviously that’s a somewhat reading of the history, but one that I think is entirely possible. Have a read of the essay and see what you think.

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