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Rumoured LEGO 10276 Colosseum set may be biggest ever set released -
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sententiae antiquae 10h
“There are those who get gassy when they have sex, like Damnagoras did. And others fart during sex.” Ἔστιν οἷσιν ὅταν ἀφροδισιάζωσι φυσᾶται ἡ γαστήρ, ὡς Δαμναγόρᾳ, οἷσι δ᾿ ἐν τούτῳ ψόφος.
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Biblio Curiosa 10h
Surreal Composition (1939) Art by Spanish artist Mariano Andreu Estany (1888-1976)
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Mark Walters 10h
And rounding off the online Hellenistic numismatic catalogue resources for tonight we have Seleucid Coins Online 320 - 64 BC
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CMA: Greek and Roman Art 10h
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VictorianMasculinity 13h
Today's is Frederick Sandys's Helen of Troy (c.1866) & coming soon to 's 'Fatal Attraction' exhibit! What I particularly love is the way Sandy's initial sketch, showing Helen berated by Cassandra completely changes our impression of her.
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Mark Walters 11h
Useful resource - Attic Inscriptions Online English translations of the inscriptions of ancient Athens and Attica. Found loads of interesting stuff browsing by findspot
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The Met: Greek and Roman Art 11h
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Aimee Hinds 11h
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As promised! Be warned, spoilers ahead for the Hannibal series and CW for trauma, violence and sexual violence. I had a whole draft waiting about Hannibal as an Odyssey but actually it is definitely more interesting read as a version of the myth of Hades and Persephone. 1/20
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Dr Rob Cromarty 19h
Ancient Coin of the Day: As it's a Constantine-themed day, it's only right to share this gorgeous gold solidus of AD 316, depicting Constantine alongside the god Sol. Image: RIC VII Ticinum 53; British Museum (1863,0713.1)
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Erin L. Thompson 12h
What is up with that Medusa statue? and I are rolling our eyes in a co-authored op-ed, up tomorrow . So excited to be talking about a cool lady-monster with a cool lady-professor in a cool lady-rebellion publication!
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Lytham St Annes CA 18h
With just a few days until Halloween 🎃👻, Abigail explores Roman attitudes towards the dead and some of the ancient spooky stories that reflected the importance of burial rites - a great October read!
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CREWS Project 🌈 12h
You may be aware that we recently launched some free teaching materials on Writing in the Ancient World
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A Message from the Annual Fund
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Untaming Undead Savage 16h
medusa is going to the store in 2020, is it like this or like this
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Trimontium Trust 12h
The Battle of the Milvian Bridge took place on 28th October AD312 between the Emperors Constantine & Maxentius. Constantine won, he believed, following a divine vision, cited as the start of his conversion to Christianity. The Arch of Constantine marks the victory.
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Tavola Mediterranea (Farrell Monaco) Oct 27
Interpreting ancient Roman food preparation via experiential and is key to understanding the role of preparation and the centrality of food in the daily lives of the people. Listen to this episode to hear more!
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Netflix 13h
If you love Greek Mythology and Anime, do we have the show for you! Blood of Zeus is now on Netflix
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sententiae antiquae 13h
“The earth feeds many things, Terrible griefs of fear, And the folds of the sea Are full with similar monsters. Lights burning between Sky and earth cause harm To creatures on wing and on foot." via
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