Blog Profile / Rogue Classicism

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Archived Since:February 17, 2008

Blog Post Archive

RepiTitiationes ~ 01.16.15

Dog read rhyton (?????), Greek drinking vessel, Brygos painter, ca. 490-470 BC — Edward Zarrow (@drzarrow) January 16, 2015 The holes in the architrave of Parthenon originally held Persian shields dedicated...Show More Summary

RepiTitiationes ~ 01.15.15

The Humanities ? "Still in Touch with the Times", @McGillU News: — Guy Chamberland (@GuyChamberland) January 15, 2015 OK, I did something in Minecraft. It's not much, but it's a start. Assuming my students will be much better. Show More Summary

RepTitiationes ~ 01.12.15

Bestiaria Latina Blog: Latin Proverbs and Fables Round-Up: January 12 — rogueclassicist (@rogueclassicist) January 12, 2015 Amphipolis may reveal Alexander the Great's DNA | Neos Kosmos —...Show More Summary

RepiTitiationes ~ 01.14.15

Bye bye, #STLAIA. — Douglas Boin (@douglasboin) January 14, 2015 Remove board 27. Keep board 30. Abstentions 4. #STLAIA — Douglas Boin (@douglasboin) January 14, 2015 Thanks to @douglasboin for live-tweeting St. Louis AIA chapter mtg tonight. Chapter voted not to remove board. #aiascs #STLAIA — Classics Librarian (@classicslib) January 14, 2015 One of Salvator […]

RepiTitiationes ~ 01.08 – 10.15

The Last Days of Troy (Simon Armitage's dramatisation of the Iliad): the Radio 4 Afternoon Play this Sunday at 3pm — Andy Keen (@keenerclassics) January 8, 2015 kenodoxia: Impact (literally) More Summary

RepiTitiationes ~ 01.13.15

Ceiling tile portrait from Dura-Europas, ????????? ????????? (Heliodorus the Actuary), 3rd c.AD via @YaleArtGallery — Edward Zarrow (@drzarrow) January 13, 2015 Mary Beard explains the ground-breaking workShow More Summary

RepiTitiationes ~ 01.05 – 07.15

@CarolineLawrenc @ApollineProject @greg_jenner @metmuseum @pompei79 @stephenjenkin cf — rogueclassicist (@rogueclassicist) January 5, 2015 AWOL – The Ancient World Online: 2015 AIA/SCS Annual Meeting App More Summary

RepiTitiationes ~ 01.04.15

Plenty of catching up to do … not sure if this works so far back: Author Says a Whole Culture—Not a Single 'Homer'—Wrote 'Iliad,' 'Odyssey' — rogueclassicist (@rogueclassicist) January 4, 2015 Ovid, Heroides 8.105-116...Show More Summary

Guest Post ~ Ursula Rothe: Prince Philip May Well Be Caligula’s Horse

A guest post by Ursula Rothe (Baron Thyssen Lecturer in Classical Studies at the Open University): The Prime Minister of Australia Tony Abbott has awarded a knighthood to Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh. The Australian public and the world media have reacted to the news with a mixture of incredulity and dismay. Incredulity, because […]

CFP: Exploring Roman Comedy and Its Reception

Submitted for posting:   Call for Papers: Graduate & Undergraduate Students Class Acts II: Exploring Roman Comedy and its Reception March 21-22 2015 University of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh PA   Send anonymous abstracts of 500 or fewer words to pittclassicsevents AT by February 16, 2015. Keynote address: Sharon L. James, PhD University of North Carolina, Chapel […]

CFP: Fifth International Conference on the Ancient Novel

Submitted for posting: Proposals are hereby solicited for papers for the Fifth International Conference on the Ancient Novel (ICAN V). The conference is open to all areas of the ancient novel and other forms of narrative. The conference will be held in Houston, Texas, 30 September – 4 October 2015. If you wish to present […]

RepiTitiationes ~ 01/04/15

… a bit of a lacuna due to twitter issues and flu issues … Author Says a Whole Culture—Not a Single 'Homer'—Wrote 'Iliad,' 'Odyssey' — rogueclassicist (@rogueclassicist) January 4, 2015 Ovid, Heroides 8.105-116...Show More Summary

RepiTitiationes ~ 12/31/14

Did Roman Soldiers Eat Meat? – The Roman Military Diet — rogueclassicist (@rogueclassicist) December 31, 2014 Turn Me into a Lyre: Three More Songs for Drinking | Sententiae Antiquae — rogueclassicist...Show More Summary

RepiTitiationes ~ 12/30/14

Classics in Sarasota: Where words work: Anne Carson on Greek — rogueclassicist (@rogueclassicist) December 30, 2014 Nuntii Latini mensis Decembris 2014 – Latein-Monatsnachrichten – Radio Bremen More Summary

RepiTitiationes ~ 12/29/14

Still in catchup mode … Beautiful #bilingual Latin & Greek papyrus, 4th c. AD court proceedings, R[espondit] N?? … — Edward Zarrow (@drzarrow) December 29, 2014 Looking at the AIA Preliminary Program. It would be nice to know how long we have to present our papers or am I missing something? — Louise […]

Quote du Jour: Werner Herzog on Diodorus Siculus

From an interview in the Telegraph, inter alia: What is he reading? “Ah, some old Greek writer, a historiographer, Diodorus Siculus. I’m only reading him because he has the best details on Alexander the Great’s father, Philip II of Macedon, who was a very, very fascinating person.” He considers a moment, then gives forth a […]

RepiTitiationes ~ 12/28/14

This is a very nice way to set up a field school page if you're looking for a model — rogueclassicist (@rogueclassicist) December 28, 2014 Bull plays security guard for archaeological hoard – The Scotsman More Summary

Repititiationes ~ 12/27/14

Philostratos, Heroicus 43.1: Addicted To Listening to (You Talk About) Homer | Sententiae Antiquae — rogueclassicist (@rogueclassicist) December 27, 2014 Cardboard warriors of Boxwars re-imagine the fall of Rome...Show More Summary

Repititiationes ~ 12/26/14

The Edithorial: What Baby Jesus did Next — rogueclassicist (@rogueclassicist) December 26, 2014 Ovid, Heroides IX,26-34: Deianeira to Herakles: Pick an Equal Spouse | Sententiae Antiquae More Summary

Repititiationes 12/25/14

Catching up in the wake of a nasty flu bug … Meet the hero who killed Medusa by @CarlyASilver — (@aboutdotcom) December 25, 2014 Buon Natale! Merry Christmas! Feliz Navidad! Joyeux...Show More Summary

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