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Repititiationes ~ 11/06/15

A1 That is, Latin has been continually used as a means of communication for over 2500 yrs, so much culture to mine from! (2/2) #langchat — Chris B. (@magisterb480) November 6, 2015 2015.11.08: Thomas E. Jenkins, Antiquity Now: The Classical World in the Contemporary… — BMCR (@BMCReview) November 6, 2015 2015.11.09: Adam Nicolson, Why […]

This Day in Ancient History ~ ante diem viii idus novembres

ante diem viii idus novembres ludi Plebeii (day 3) — the major festival in honour of Jupiter continues 63 B.C. — Lucius Sergius Catilina and his co-conspirators meet, with nefarious plans for the morrow 15 (or 16) A.D. — birth of Julia Agrippina (“the younger”), daughter of Germanicus, sister to the emperor Gaius (Caligula), mother of […]

Repititiationes ~ 11/05/15

Today's class: "Great Hoaxes and Fantasies in Archaeology." Students examine selected archaeological hoaxes, cult… — Yale Library (@yalelibrary) November 5, 2015 Academia launches PaperRank, a new way of credentialing academic papers. Show More Summary

This Day in Ancient History ~ nonas novembres

nonae novembres ludi Plebeii (day 2) — the major festival in honour of Jupiter continues 1817 — death of Carl Haller von Hallerstein(excavator, with others. of the Temple of Apollo at Bassae) 1921 — birth of John Crook (Roman social/legal historian)

Repititiationes ~ 11//04/14

@ClassAssocNI @Curculiunculus daylight saving year… — rogueclassicist (@rogueclassicist) November 4, 2015 If you love something, let it go. If it comes back to you, revise it quickly before the reviewers change their minds. — Shit Academics Say (@AcademicsSay) November 4, 2015 2015.11.02: Kevin F. Show More Summary

This Day in Ancient History ~ pridie nonas novembres

pridie nonas novembres ludi Plebeii (day 1) — a major festival in honour of Jupiter 304 A.D. — martyrdom of Agricola 1901 — birth of Spyridon Marinatos

Repititiationes ~ 11/3/15

“Pas d’etymologie”: Ancient Traditions on the Lexical Roots of Erinys and Eris — sententiae antiquae (@sentantiq) November 3, 2015 "A man is as unhappy as he has convinced himself he...Show More Summary

This Day in Ancient History ~ ante diem iii nonas novembres

ante diem iii nonas novembres Hilaria of Isis (late mention) 39 A.D. — birth of the poet Lucan (Marcus Annaeus Lucanus) 250 A.D. — martyrdom of Germanus (et al) at Caesarea

Repititiationes ~ 11/2/15

A glimpse of teenage life in ancient Rome — HistoryoftheAncient (@historyancient) November 2, 2015 Hercules on a red figure vase in the Capitoline Museum of Rome. More pictures of him...Show More Summary

This Day in Ancient History ~ ante diem iv nonas novembres

ante diem iv nonas novembres 1656 B.C. — traditional date for the start of the Great Flood (according to one calculation) 285 B.C. — Ptolemy II Philadelphus ascends the throne of Egypt as co-ruler with Ptolemy I(by one reckoning) 188 A.D. — martyrdom of Eustachius/Placidus (in a bronze bull!) 303 A.D. — martyrdom of Justus […]

Repititiationes ~ 11/1/15

“David” and “Venus de Milo” Action Figures Put Art History in Motion #YES — WTF Art History (@wtfarthistory) November 1, 2015 November mosaic from El Djem, Tunisia, 3rd century AD, Sousse Archaeological Museum. Show More Summary

Repititiationes ~ 10/31/15 … part two

Grand Valley Lanthorn – Keeping Homer alive — rogueclassicist (@rogueclassicist) October 31, 2015 Prof. James Bradley Wells Authors Chapter in A Companion to Greek Literature – DePauw University More Summary

Repititiationes ~ 10/31/15 … part one

Happy #Halloween everyone!! =) Anybody planning on wearing a history inspired costume? — Ancient History (@ahencyclopedia) October 31, 2015 BBC News – Southwell 'Roman villa' site saved from housing More Summary

Repititiationes ~ 10/30/15

Watch Panel 2: Public/Private Collaboration to Save Iraqi & Syrian Cultural Heritage — Heritage at State (@HeritageAtState) October 30, 2015 Find a site with 22 shipwrecks? Can siren...Show More Summary

Repititiationes ~ 10/29/15

2015.10.40: M. Davies, P. J. Finglass, Stesichorus: The Poems. Cambridge Classical Texts and… — BMCR (@BMCReview) October 28, 2015 19th-century photos of Palmyra and Beirut newly digitized + free for downloadShow More Summary

Repititiationes ~ 10/28/15

@iHerodotus Ah yes. I know a little something about the phoenix: — Ally (@Chilari) October 27, 2015 For some context on the Green Collection, here's how Cornell got 10,000 cuneiform tablets from Iraq More Summary

This Day in Ancient History ~ ante diem v kalendas novembres

ante diem v kalendas novembres 97 A.D. – The emperor Nerva adopts the future emperor Trajan 312 A.D – Battle of the Milvian Bridge; Constantine I has a vision and defeats Maxentius to become sole emperor 1917 — birth of Honor Frost (underwater archaeology pioneer)

Repititiationes ~ 10/27/15

1st thought: the Greens amassed their collection so fast, no way some items aren't going to be unprovenanced. — Amanda Kolson Hurley (@amandakhurley) October 27, 2015 No fan of the Greens, but the ethics of collecting antiquities are tricky, cf. Show More Summary

This Day in Ancient History ~ pridie kalendas novembres

pridie kalendas novembres ludi Victoriae Sullanae (day 6) — games held in honour of Victoria commemorating Sulla’s defeat of the Samnites in 82 B.C. 286 — martyrdom of Quentin 1995 — death of Jacques Heurgon (Latinist) 2001 — death of Allan Coxon (Parmenides scholar)

Repititiationes ~ 10/26/15

Watch "Rome Reborn," An Amazing Digital Model of Ancient Rome — Open Culture (@openculture) October 26, 2015 2015.10.31: Vassos Karageorghis, Athanasia Kanta, Pyla-Kokkinokremos: A Late 13th Century BC… — BMCR (@BMCReview) October 26, 2015 2015.10.32: Daniel W. Show More Summary

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