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@The Edithorial My Big Fat New Career in Classical Tourism.
@Society for Classical Studies Workshop: Gods and Goddesses in Ancient Italy [UK]
@The Homer Multitext The traditional Trojan assembly.
@The Spectator Plutarch on smartphone addiction
@Classical Association of New England Report on the 2014 American Classical League Institute. [interesting format]
@The History Network: March of the Ten Thousand
@CHS Research Bulletin ?? ?? ????? ???? ?? ?? ???????????: Playing to win or to show off? Itinerant artists performing in unconventional ?????? in some decrees from Delphi third to first century BC
Review at Didaskalia: Antigonick: A new version of Sophocles’ Antigone.
@Greek Myth Comix Actaeon words by Peter le Couteur, comix by LEJ
Did Will Rogers really say this? It doesn’t quite work, does it? The only difference between the Roman gladiators and the Pilgrims was that the Romans used a lion to cut down their native population, and the Pilgrims used a gun.” – April 27, 1930 via Tulsa World: Willrogerssays... I have images of a […]
@Ephemeris Scotos a Britannia separari posse.
@Portable Antiquity Collecting and Heritage Issues Carabinieri Art Squad Reports Significant Increases in Looting and Fakery.
@CHS Research Bulletin Prevention or Cure? Tax Exemptions in a Warfare Context: Miletus and the Low Valley of the Maeander early second century BCE
@the Spectator Roman emperors understood more about democracy than Hamas
@Bread and Circuses RIP Tony Clunn – The Man Who Discovered the Battle of Teutoburg Forest
I’m not sure how many folks are aware of the Suda On Line (a.k.a. SOL), but it has been a huge project for quite a few folks for the past 16 or so years. Long before the concept of ‘crowdsourcing’ existed, and long before Wikipedia existed, a discussion on the Classics list bore fruit and […]
As folks have probably already seen, the interwebs are burning up with the discovery — apparently — of a cup used by Pericles. eKathimerini’s coverage seems to embrace all the coverage making it to the English press: A cup believed to have been used by Classical Greek statesman Pericles has been found in a pauper’s […]
Julie Hrubey of Dartmouth posted this to various lists: It seems that culinary technologies have been emerging as a subfield within archaeology for some time now, and that it would be a good time for those who approach culinary technologies from different scholarly angles, whether ceramics, palaeoethnobotany, zooarchaeology, fuel studies, etc., to have a dedicated […]
@Ancient History Lists Top 10 famous people in ancient Rome.
@sententiae antiquae Macrobius, Saturnalia 1.5.1-2