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Were the ancient Pompeians just like us? via A Don’s Life
I-Stems: Neuter Declension [p2/8] via Latin for Addicts.
Latin Proverbs and Fables Round-Up: May 9 via Bestiaria Latina Blog
Duke Collaboratory for Classics Computing DC3 via The Stoa Consortium
Géza Vermes 1924-2013 via The Aramaic Blog
The Pella Curse Tablet via: “He has a wife you know”
Body Image and the Ancient World via Cleopatra’s daughter
If you’ve been hanging around rogueclassicism and/or my twitterfeed, you will be aware of the campaign to save the so-called ‘Gladiator Tomb’ from being reburied. The campaign was spearheaded by the fine folks at the American Institute of Roman Culture, which started a petition. Well, according to La Stampa, it appears all that attention has [...]
diseuse (Merriam-Webster) Linguatweets: verb 1: pugno, pugnare, pugnavi => fight bit.ly/YF6RyC #Latin #Vocab #LatinVocab— (@LatinVocab) May 08, 2013 signum: sign, indication: noun. Example sentence:Signa rerum futurarum a dis ostenduntur.Translation:The...Show More Summary
ante diem viii idus maias 1737 — birth of Edward Gibbon (Rise and Fall of the Roman Empire)
I-Stems: Masculine and Feminine Declensions [1/8] via Latin for Addicts.
On #CA2013 and Twitter via Dusty Old Books
Picture of the day: The Temple of Apollo at Claros, Ionia via FOLLOWING HADRIAN.
Two More Greek Auto-Antonyms via Laudator Temporis Acti
A taste of Ancient Rome… Aliter Patina de Asparagis Omelette with Asparagus and Fresh Herbs via FOLLOWING HADRIAN.
Is Blogging Really the Future of Public Anthropology? via Powered By Osteons.
Call for Papers – Classics and Popular Culture – CA14 via Dusty Old Books: Call for Papers
Ten Things Romans Used for Toilet Paper via Roman Mysteries & Western Mysteries
Don’t Dance Alone: Saving Latin Programs via Don’t Dance Alone: Saving Latin Programs
Figuring Pythagoras Ovid’s Metamorphoses