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Laudator Temporis Acti | De Incommodis Senectutis

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Portable Antiquity Collecting and Heritage Issues | Fragments and Holes in the Study of the Classical Past

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PaleoJudaica.com | Latest on Palmyra

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David Allsop Classics | Statue of Zeus Keraunios (Thunderer)

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AWOL | The Confessions of Augustine: An Electronic Edition

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Antiochepedia = Musings Upon Ancient Antioch: The Water Clock Again? And a Street of Gold…

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AWOL | Hyperdonatus – Editiones collectae antiquorum commentorum electronicae cum translatione, commentariis et adnotationibus criticis

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Laudator Temporis Acti | Pindar’s Victory Odes

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Mike Anderson’s Ancient History Blog | The Roman Class System and Social Structure

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N.S.Gill | Herbal Contraception in Ancient Times

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Tulliana News | SIAC Newsletter 55 (7/2014)

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Insula | Vénus et César, ou l’arlésienne des noms

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AWOL | Archaeological Map of The Crimea

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kenodoxia | Plato as a poster-boy

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Iron Age mint found in Leicester

An archaeological survey on the site of future construction in Leicester, central England, has unearthed evidence of an Iron Age mint. More than 20 Iron Age coin molds have been discovered at the Blackfriars site since excavations began in January, so large a number that it strongly suggests the site was a mint used by [...]

National Museum’s Viking Ireland video series

The National Museum of Ireland has put together a wonderful video series based on their Viking Ireland exhibit. It’s a tour of Viking history in Ireland as seen through some of the artifacts on display. Each of the eight videos is short and eminently digestible, a sort of capsule history on topics like Viking swords [...]

Oldest message in a bottle found by Baltic fishermen

When Konrad Fischer, skipper of the Maria I, found a brown bottle in his net while fishing in the Baltic off the city of Kiel in the northern German state of Schleswig-Holstein, he figured it was just a common beer bottle and went to throw it back into the sea. One of his crew members [...]

Emperor Caracalla Was Assassinated

On This Day in Ancient History : Caracalla came to power honestly enough, but when he succeeded his father, Septimius Severus (of the Severan Dynasty ), in A.D. 211, he was... Read Full Post

18th c. gilded French salon reopens in San Francisco

After 233 years, eight moves including one transatlantic and one transcontinental, and a meticulous 18-month conservation, the Salon Doré reopened Saturday at the Legion of Honor museum in San Francisco. The long strange journey of this gilded room began in 1781 when it was created as the formal receiving room for the Hôtel de La [...]

Silver Viking pendant

Old news, but new exhibition. This pendant, found in 2002, has been on loan to the National Museum, Copenhagen for their Viking exhibition last year. It has since been returned to be one of the many exhibits in the Vikings: Life and Legend exhibition which opened at the British Museum in March this year. It […]

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