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@NS Gill’s Ancient Matters An Ancient Greek Persian-Inspired Music Hall
@Blogging Pompeii Call for papers: heritage conference.
@Society for Classical Studies CONF: Legacy of Antiquity in Visual and Performing Arts
@Society for Classical Studies Internships at the American School of Classical Studies
@Society for Classical Studies SCS Members Win ACLS Fellowships
@Roman Mysteries & Western Mysteries Walking from Stabia to Vico in 2000.
@ The Second Achilles Babylon.
@Farrago A Greek inscription on the statue of a Roman statesman in the Forum.
@Ephemeris Israëles scelerum bellicorum incusantur.
@The Second Achilles The Gordian Knot.
Something that has popped up on a semi-regular basis (usually in the context of one of golf’s majors) is a claim that golf can be traced back to the Romans. Most recently it’s popped up at the News.Az site in an article that begins: Some historians trace the sport back to the Roman game of […]
ante diem x kalendas Augustas Neptunalia — an obscure festival (obscure in the sense that we really don’t know what went on) in honour of Neptune ludi Victoriae Caesaris (day 4) 64 A.D. — the Great Fire of Rome (day 6) 79 A.D. — martyrdom of Apollinaris 303 A.D. — martyrdom of Phocas the Gardener
@kateantiquity Mary Magdalene and the Gospel According to Mary
@DrunkArchaeology Drunk Archaeology, Episode 1: Pompeii [noted in passing: Pompeii as the Kim Kardashian of Roman sites is going to be the top of my hit parade for a while] [noted in passing 2... since this is the first episode, you probably need a warning about NSFW language, but this is definitely worth listening to; […]
@Society for Classical Studies CONF: How to Do Things with History: A Conference in Honor of Paul Cartledge
@Powered By Osteons How long was the average Roman foot, and what was their shoe size?
@Laudator Temporis Acti Images of the Gods.
@The Archaeology of the Mediterranean World Containers and Connectivity
@Blogging Pompeii Saving Pompeii with EU Regional Funds.
@Linear B, Knossos & Mycenae Composite of the Ancient Palace of Knossos ca. 1450 BCE