Milon, this fine statue of a fine man, he won seven times at Pisa and never dropped to his knees.”

Simonides, 556 BC – 468 BC

This dual-volume, 20-book manuscript takes its readers on an epic odyssey into the life of the greatest Olympian combatant of all-time, Milo of Croton.

Available in eBooks and Paperbacks


The Strongest Man in History. Otherwise known as “The man who could carry a bull,” Milo of Croton would enter the arena carrying a full-grown bull on his back before wrestling his opponents on the largest stage in the ancient world, the Olympiads, 6th Century BC.

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