Howard Philips Lovecraft (1890 – 1937) was an American writer world-famous for his horror fiction works. Lovecraftian horror is a subgenre of horror fiction that stresses unknown and often impossible to comprehend things, rather than elements of blood and disabled bodies or shock. This is a funny fictional biography of Ibidus, the Roman scholar, and “adventures” of the pieces of his skull after his death, that appeared all across the globe and were in possession of the ones who had been creating history. According to the epigraph, the satirical story ridicules mainly ignorance of students, however, some argue that the object of its mockery would be pomposity of academic scholarship. This funny work will definitely cheer you up and perhaps even inspire interest to ancient history and literature.