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Archived Since:February 17, 2008

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Some notes on Odysseus’ life and death: Forgotten Family and Falling Feces | sententiae antiquae

@sententiae antiquae Some notes on Odysseus’ life and death: Forgotten Family and Falling Feces

On domestic collections, banality, ‘instant Christmas,’ Roman houses, and personal narratives | Francesca Tronchin

@Francesca Tronchin On domestic collections, banality, ‘instant Christmas,’ Roman houses, and personal narratives

Also Seen: Medea is as relevant today as it was in Ancient Greece

At a site called The Conversation, in medias res: [...] Indeed, Medea’s situation bears a chilling resemblance to current research on maternal filicide. She’s been abandoned by her husband in a foreign land where she has no support network. Isolation, low social status, and stress have been cited as crucial factors in maternal infanticide both […]

An Update on the Isthmus Project and a promise to unleash some mid-summer Corinthiaka | Corinthian Matters

@Corinthian Matters An Update on the Isthmus Project and a promise to unleash some mid-summer Corinthiaka

Deaths in the Iliad: a Classics Infographic | Greek Myth Comix

@Greek Myth Comix Deaths in the Iliad: a Classics Infographic [plenty of folks have already posted this..]

Greek Reporter Hypocritically Bites One of the Many Hands That Feeds It

So as is my wont, yesterday, prior to setting off for my nightly appointment with Morpheus, I sort assorted email items to post at rogueclassicism and/or my explorator newsletter.  One of those items was a piece at the BBC by Oxford Classicist Armand D’Angour, whom we have mentioned several times at rogueclassicism. Dr D’Angour penned […]

This Day in Ancient History: ante diem ix kalendas Augustas

 ante diem ix kalendas Augustas ludi Victoriae Caesaris (day 5)  64 A.D. — the Great Fire of Rome continues (day 7)  69 A.D. — sacking of the Second Temple in Jerusalem (?)  133 A.D. — the last holdout of the Bar Kochba Revolt — Betar – fell to the Romans (?)  1895 — Birth of […]

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