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rogueclassicist 3h
Bestiaria Latina Blog: Latin Proverbs and Fables Round-Up: December 5 -
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The economy of loss | The ICIR -
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[Classical clerking!] Talking Horses: Hollie Doyle breaks British female jockeys' record | Sport | The Guardian -
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CAC GSC 5h
If you are going to the AIA/SCS next month, check out the MRECC (Multiculturalism, Race & Ethnicity in Classics Consortium) meeting and reception! Details in link👇
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Francesca Tronchin, PhD 5h
Absolute babe and wonderful person Isabella Rossellini has been cast in a show about Livia Drusilla and I. Am. Here. For. It.
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CMA: Greek and Roman Art 5h
Stater: Fulmen with Wings at one end and Volutes at other (reverse), 471
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AIRC Roman Culture 6h
· 63 BC · Cicero gives the fourth and final of the Catiline Orations. Cicero have this Oration at the Temple of Concordia, locates in the Forum, check out our page on the Roman Forum for more -
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Biblio Curiosa 6h
Cassandra Art by American artist Charles de Feo (1892-1978)
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The Long Victorian 6h
Selene (1880) by Albert Aublet (France, 1851-1937).
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princess entrapta Dec 3
It really doesn’t capture the silent reverence of the basilica, but here are some muses and the OG herself, Venus
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Charles Jones 6h
Open Access Journal: Hellenistic Poetry Newsletter: Lettre d'information sur la poésie hellénistique
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William Bouguereau 7h
Cupid on a sea monster, 1857
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Gaius Plinius Secundus, AKA Pliny the Elder 7h
Don't let your clients down this Saturnalia. Bad patrons get crappy poetry, and I'm hoping for some nice new tablet sets.
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AskHistorians 7h
Are you a with an interest in ? Perhaps a love of ? Then join us on December 7th for a special open feature to discuss the time period between 322BCE and 260CE!
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Dr. Sarah Bond 7h
Colleagues in the classroom: What is the meaning of life according to Plato? What is the definition of truth and justice? Me trying to write: Are Bundt cakes technically a gigantic donut or are cake donuts under the genus of mini-Bundt cake?
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Amy Pistone 8h
I think the SCS does, though we might like more stats to be included, but the placement service definitely releases some data for all the searches that use them. would be the person to ask!
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Dr Hannah Čulík-Baird 8h
Replying to @opietasanimi
This Egyptian obelisk, the "Obelisk of Montecitorio”, was originally made in the 6th c. BCE for Psammetichus II. When it was set up in the Campus Martius in Rome in 10 BCE, it received a Latin inscription dedicattng it to the Sun.
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The Sportula: Microgrants for Classics Students Dec 4
New profile picture courtesy of our forever favorite, Tori Lee.
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Pythika 8h
Isn't it all so depressing? Here's an adorable dog instead. C2nd AD, from Sousse Photo by Art Meskens
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PEPLUM 8h
By the Gods! Piotr Stanislas plays Nero in NERO & POPPEA - AN ORGY OF POWER (1982). Written and directed by Bruno Mattei. Also with Vladimir Brajovic (right).
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