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I’ve got a pile of these interviews to catch up on (18 or so! I’ll be spacing them out over the next week or so). In this one Constanze Güthenke talks about German Classical scholarship and reception over the past couple centuries or so … here’s the official blurb: CC’s Anastasia Bakogianni caught up with […]
[catching up …. again} 2014.08.25: William Allan, Classical Literature: A Very Short Introduction. Very short introductions. 2014.08.24: Averil Cameron, Dialoguing in Late Antiquity. Hellenic studies, 65. 2014.08.23: Denise Demetriou, Negotiating Identity in the Ancient Mediterranean: The Archaic and Classical Greek Multiethnic Emporia. Show More Summary
Just so folks are aware, after a year or so trying to find an efficient way to deal with the ever-growing content in the Classical blogosphere (which I curate … I don’t just send everything out), I’ve finally figured out that such posts are best sent straight to Twitter. So if you have hitherto come […]
Tip o’ the pileus to Jessica Hughes of Classics Confidential fame for alerting us to this interesting little learning game from Emma-Jayne Graham at the Open University. How much do you know about Hadrian? Hadrian: The Roamin’ Emper...
There has been quite the buzz about ‘that tomb’ at Amphipolis over the past couple of days and what has made it to the press — both on the English side and the Greek — is somewhat confusing. To a very large extent, the coverage is much like that of last year’s ( Alexander the […]
@OUPblog Gods, mythological creatures of the Odyssey in Ancient Art
@Timothy Adelani Aeneid Book 5… an emotional roller-coaster….
@Current Epigraphy AIO Launch [AIO = Attic Inscriptions Online]
@Greek Myth Comix The Odyssey, Book 10 – Episode 3 Part 1
@Laudator Temporis Acti Invitation.
@Anonymous Swiss Collector Call for Abstracts: Investigating the trafficking of cultural objects
@Classically Inclined New publication: My family tree goes back to the Romans
@Dickinson College Commentaries Sander Goldberg on the new Virgil Encyclopedia.
@Farrago An accusative in apposition to the whole idea of a sentence.
@Laudator Temporis Acti: The Tomb of Flavius Agricola.
@AWOL – The Ancient World Online Opinions des anciens philosophes – Opinions of ancient philosophers.
@Mont Allen New monograph by Katharina Meinecke: sarcophagi in their context.
@sententiae antiquae Some Thorsday Quotes for Zeus
@The Forum Is Art Useless? And Other Minor Concerns.
@Radio Bremen Nuntii Latini mensis Iulii 2014 Inter alia: Pedilusores Germani triumphant … In regione Gaza actiones bellicae effrenatae … Exercitus Ucrainus progreditur … Juncker electus … Pacta sunt servanda … Woelki archiepiscopus Coloniae… Dies festi Augusti …