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@Linear B, Knossos & Mycenae Translation of Knossos Fragment KN 212 X – ivory workers?
@NS Gill’s Ancient Matters NS Gill’s Ancient Matters.
@Laudator Temporis Acti An Apostle of Gloom.
@Classics in Sarasota Aeneas and Dardanus as fore-founders.
@Morphosis A New Way of Translating Ancient Greek Classics: Roundup Post.
@Laudator Temporis Acti Avoid the Uninitiated Mob.
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Inter alia, there are a couple of tenure track Roman archaeology jobs mentioned in this one: The Canadian Classical Bulletin — Le Bulletin canadien des Études anciennes 20.10 2014–07–17
@Society for Classical Studies SCS Call for Volunteers
@Society for Classical Studies 2014-2015 Placement Service Now Open
@ Johns Hopkins University Press Blog Ancient Greek Epitaphs
@Following Hadrian The Painted Tombs of Paestum
@Linear B, Knossos & Mycenae Hi, friends! More mnemonics to learn the Linear B syllabograms MA MI MO NA NE NU
@AWOL – The Ancient World Online Roman Roads and Milestones in Judaea/Palaestina.
@Bestiaria Latina Blog Latin Proverbs and Fables Round-Up: July 18.
@The Edithorial Rediscovering Troy and the Letter “W”.
@The Second Achilles The Oracle of Ammon
@Tulliana News SIAC Newsletter 63 15/2014
From the University of Exeter: The excavation at Ipplepen, run by the University of Exeter, is back on site following the discovery of a complex series of archaeological features thought to be part of the largest Romano-British settlement in Devon outside of Exeter. Wheel ruts found in the newly excavated road surface are thought to […]
Margaret Williams of the Centre for the Study of Christian Origins recently conducted an epigraphy workshop which consisted of a couple of half-day seminars which provide a really useful overview of what is currently known in regards to Jewish epigraphy in Hellenistic/Roman times. Even better, all the materials (handouts, audio, powerpoints) have been made available […]