Science Codex: Research to analyze the images of women in Roman mosaics.
[tip o' the pileus to Sarah Bond]
Wonders and Marvels: The Uses of Snake Venom in Antiquity.
[by Adrienne Mayor]
The Getty Iris: How to Wear a Toga the Ancient Roman Way.
AIA Event Listings: 13th annual 8-week intensive Greek and Latin Summer School, UCC, Ireland -.
We’ve been dealing with ‘gladiator sandals’ for the past couple of years … perhaps this sort of thing was inevitable:
… probably not quite what you guessed they’d be …
History According to Bob: Aftermath of the Failed Parthian Campaign
Bread and Circuses: Piloty’s Thusnelda Led in Germanicus’ Triumph.
Mike Anderson’s Ancient History: Roman Naval Battles of the First Punic War – Introduction.
Zenobia: Empress of the East: The Weirdest Little Emperor of Rome.
[Judith Weingarten reviews The Crimes of Elagabalus:The Life and Legacy of Rome's Decadent Boy Emperor]
The History Network: Protect thyself. Shields, helmets and armor..
SCREEN PLAYS: Greek Plays: The Serpent Son BBC, 1979.
[a BBC adaptation of the Oresteia]
Roger Pearse: The date of the Mithraeum of San Clemente in Rome.
Pop Classics: Xena Warrior Princess: Death in Chains.
Pop Classics: The Silver Pigs by Lindsey Davis radio adaptation.
[disambiguation: this is the Iris blog associated with Haverford Classics]
Dr Harland’s description:
Here I discuss concepts of identity, assimilation, and other sociological and anthropological tools for studying immigrant groups or ethnic associations in the ancient context, preparing the way for an investigation of Phoenician, Judean, and other immigrant groups or cultural minorities. This is part of series 6 (Associations in the Greco-Roman World) of the Religions of the Ancient Mediterranean podcast.
Irene Hahn: reading calendar for 2012 now complete.
[calendar of the various tomes Irene Hahn's reading groups will be discussing over the course of the year]
American Philological Association: APA Blog : CFP: The Good, the Bad, and the Beautiful: Aesthetics and Classics.
American Philological Association: APA Blog : CFP: Something Wicked That Way Went: Monsters and Monstrosity in Classical Antiquity.
Lapis Gabinus: Gabii Project announces its 2012 volunteer field program.