This rating indicates that there is insufficient proof to establish if the claim in question is true, but neither can it be definitively shown to be false. Often, the claim in question demands proving a negative.
Did Emperor Tiberius abuse young children on Capri?
The Roman biographer-historian Suetonius claimed that the emperor Tiberius indulged many sexual vices in his villa on Capri, including with small children – but how accurate or justified were his claims?
Was Minoan Crete a thalassocracy?
During the Bronze Age, Crete is thought by some to have enjoyed a Pax Minoica (“Minoan Peace”), thanks in large part to their ability to dominate the sea.