Maha Arabic Lesson – How To State Your Marital Status

In this lesson, the wonderful Maha instructs us on the ways to state your marital status. We learn how to tell someone if we are married or single or divorced or even engaged. It’s interesting to hear how there is no word for either boyfriend or girlfriend due to cultural disapproval. There are words for […]

Amazighs (Berbers) – The White Tribe Of Africa

Although more commonly known as the Berbers, the Amazighs of North Africa are regarded as the only ‘White’ Tribe of Africa. They have an ancient culture that has been somewhat overlooked by most. It appears to have been the expansion of the Arab world into the region in 652 AD that placed great pressure upon […]

Hidden Gospels From the Time Of Jesus

There are many interpretations of the New Testament that we all have access to. But there are numerous other writings, some of which are Gospels, which have not been widely made public. Of these hidden texts, two of the most famous are the Gospel of Mary and the Gospel of Judas. Scholars are debating the […]

Minoans – First European Civilisation

Europe has many ancient civilizations. From west of the Black Sea all the way to Ireland, the people began to organise themselves into societies with rules and laws. Writing was invented, armies formed and, of course, taxes imposed. Of the earliest of these regulated collectives was the Minoan of Crete and the Aegean islands of […]

Mayan Codex Oldest Manuscript In Latin America

The ancient civilizations of the pre-Hispanic Americas are fascinating. There is still so much that is to be learned about them. Rebel Voice sees a rising awareness among the people of those continents, in which they are beginning to more fully embrace their inherited American identity, separate from the European introduced one. It is not […]

Punic Wars – Rome And Carthage Go To War

It was one of the greatest rivalries of the ancient world. The mighty Empires of both Rome and Carthage fought twice until eventually those canny Italians emerged victorious. Carthage was a naval power. Rome was not. So it was that the Romans had to quickly learn the craft of fighting at sea. They learned fast […]