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@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 […]
Back in 2011 we first heard of a Japanese businessman’s plans to fund the restoration of the Pyramid of Cestius. The work is apparently done (perhaps just the first phase? It does seem like more work is coming). An item from AFP via Channel News Asia: A Japanese businessman whose donation helped restore an ancient […]
A very strange, brief item (to me, anyway) from Syrian TV: Sweida Antiquities Department said that parts of mosaic representing geometric shapes and dating back to the end of the Roman era and the beginning of the Byzantine era were discovered at a house in Shahba city in Sweida. Head of Sweida Antiquities Department Hussein […]