Blog Profile / Rogue Classicism


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Archived Since:February 17, 2008

Blog Post Archive

This Day in Ancient History ~ ante diem xv kalendas februarias

ante diem xv kalendas februarias Ludi Palatini (day 2) — the theatrefest continues 52 B.C. — murder of Publius Clodius Pulcher near Bovillae 250 A.D. — martyrdom of Moseus 749 A.D. — a tsunami hits Caesarea Maritima following a devastating earthquake, with all sorts of archaeological implications 1898 — death of H.G. Liddell (Greek lexicographer […]

Repititiationes ~ 01/17/16

At home in ancient Athens | Arts & Culture | Yale Alumni Magazine https://t.co/wvFMOOeEB4 — rogueclassicist (@rogueclassicist) January 17, 2016 Explorator 18.38 ~ January 17, 2016 | Explorator https://t.co/hwRw7QmjMK — rogueclassicist...Show More Summary

ICYMI ~ The Classical World in the News ~ January 12-17, 2016

[I’m thinking of making this a regular feature] The Ancient Greece and Rome section of my Explorator newsletter for this week (full issue available here): Horse burials from an 8th century necropolis in Athens: http://www.amna.gr/english/article/12498/Intact-horse-skeleton-discovered-in-ancient-cemetery-in-southern-coastal-Athens...Show More Summary

Repititiationes ~ 01/16/16 (part ii)

Bestiaria Latina Blog: Latin Proverbs and Fables Round-Up: January 15 https://t.co/DIYiFpDQzU — rogueclassicist (@rogueclassicist) January 16, 2016 From Switzerland to Italy: "Symes material" returns https://t.co/Whgo5Wy8Sl — rogueclassicist...Show More Summary

Repititiationes ~ 01/16/16 (part i)

Have been invited to speak at a conference which means I'd have to cough up membership fees & registration now just to speak. This is unfair — Lorna Richardson (@lornarichardson) January 15, 2016 Bacchus the wine god in a full agricultural landscape, with mount Vesuvius. From Pompeii. pic.twitter.com/8f7naZ5mc8 — Miko Flohr (@drflohr) January 15, 2016 […]

Repititiationes ~ 01/15/16

Some classical references at Columbia. pic.twitter.com/SitRfEDTua — Ida Östenberg (@IdaOstenberg) January 14, 2016 Numismatics job in NYC! https://t.co/CaYqFcbuMv — Daniel Pett (@DEJPett) January 14, 2016 Stavano allor sagrificando i...Show More Summary

Repititiationes ~ 01/14/16

rogueclassicist passes along some ancient advice, about what Tom Lehrer always warned "just to be certain to call… https://t.co/hKFQ1fcpat — Kris Hirst (@archaeology) January 14, 2016 Europa and the bull, from Greek pottery. #1P97 pic.twitter.com/9mKeW323Ky — Alison Innes (@InnesAlison) January 12, 2016 Looking at a site map of Knossos, on Crete, you can see how […]

Repititiationes ~ 01/13/16

ICYMI: Young Woman With Disabilities Found In Artifact-Packed Bronze Age Burial via @forbes https://t.co/HvUEbzXyje — Kristina Killgrove (@DrKillgrove) January 13, 2016 Director @promanowsky w/ Orazio Gentileschi’s masterpiece 'Danaë,'...Show More Summary

Reptitiationes ~ 01/12/16

Fulvia married Marc Antony in 47 BC when he was "Master of the Horse” = 2nd most imp. man after Caesar in Rome. Had 2 kids w. Antony. #3P06 — Nadine Brundrett (@BrundrettNadine) January 12, 2016 Alternatively: She was simply an adept, effective public figure and all them other dudes were just jealous. https://t.co/y6qN6d3ik2 — […]

Repititiationes ~ 01/11/16

When you look at your son's dessert and see the Phaistos disc #youreaclassicist :) @rogueclassicist @stephenjenkin pic.twitter.com/LmYJDCOFAF — Edward Zarrow (@drzarrow) January 11, 2016 Today in ancient #history: Lucius Calpurnius Piso Licinianus is appointed by Galba as deputy Roman Emperor. Show More Summary

Repititiationes ~ 01/10/16

wow … the Roman latrine thing seems to have received almost as much coverage as Bieber's site expulsion … — rogueclassicist (@rogueclassicist) January 10, 2016 yes … Explorator is taking forever today … — rogueclassicist (@rogueclassicist)...Show More Summary

Repititiationes ~ 01/09/16

"You only learn this by living, working, and breathing #Palmyra. And that was the treasure of Khaled al-Asaad." #aiascs #SAFEaia — SAFE (@saveantiquities) January 9, 2016 If nothing else, #aiascs is great for meeting (and remeeting) twitter friends @IdaOstenberg @AECoker @akpavlick @hashtagoras — Virginia L. Show More Summary

Repititiationes ~ 01/08/16

@carolemadge interesting… I wonder if we can identify Maenads by their similar tops… — rogueclassicist (@rogueclassicist) January 8, 2016 Congratulations & thank you, Cindy Ho! Winner of #aiascs Outatanding Public Service Award. #SAFEaia...Show More Summary

Repititiationes ~ 01/07/16

Play along with us at #SCS2016 #AIA2016 pic.twitter.com/QlhgYKtcCm — RealTalkSCS (@RealTalkSCS) January 6, 2016 #aiascs Jodi Magness introducing keynote Colin Renfrew the speaker needs no introduction — Morag M. Kersel (@mokersel) January...Show More Summary

Repititiationes ~ 01/06/16

Essential #aiascs equipment. pic.twitter.com/5AmrgCdW8O — Sebastian Heath (@sebhth) January 6, 2016 Life of Brian is the best historical film ever made. Fact. He just said so. #epigraphy #NACGLE pic.twitter.com/CFueCpbsy1 — Virginia L. Campbell (@campbell798) January 6, 2016 Life of Brian, #epigraphy and Cole Porter in the first 15 minutes. This might be the best paper […]

Repititiationes ~ 01/05/16

At Corfinium the Socii (Italian Allies) minted coins to fund war against Rome. Italia = Confederation of Italians. pic.twitter.com/puZImHlCY7 — Nadine Brundrett (@BrundrettNadine) January 5, 2016 Only Roman ruins I could find picture of at Corfinum (Corfinio). Show More Summary

Repititiationes ~ 01/04/16

For the holidays I received an awesome addition to my reading collection: @wmarybeard’s SPQR! pic.twitter.com/dXhRGbr310 — Robin Ngo (@robintngo) January 4, 2016 #onthisday 112 AD, Trajan took his sixth and final consulship & dedicated his new Forum & Basilica complex in Rome. Show More Summary

This Day in Ancient History ~ ante diem iii idus januarias

ante diem iii idus januarias Carmentalia begins (day 1) — a two-day festival (with a three day break between the days) in honour of the deity Carmenta, who was possibly a goddess of both childbirth and prophecy. 49 B.C. — Julius Caesar crosses the Rubicon (by another reckoning) ?? B.C. — dedication of the Temple […]

This Day in Ancient History ~ ante diem iv nonas januarias

ante diem iv nonas januarias 43 B.C. — Octavian is granted propraetorian imperium and admitted to the senate 17 A.D. — death of Publius Ovidius Naso … a.k.a. Ovid 18 A.D. — death of Titus Livius … a.k.a. Livy 69 A.D. — dies imperii of Vitellius 1866 — birth of Gilbert Murray

Repititiationes ~ 01/01/16

Happy new year! pic.twitter.com/47UqEZArp7 — rogueclassicist (@rogueclassicist) January 1, 2016 A Luddite blog: the 4 daftest events of 2015 and my 2016 Aristotelian resolution https://t.co/q0hoMb5YXm pic.twitter.com/NRYtrvQB2S — Edith...Show More Summary

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