The History of Rome: 160- East vs. West.
[late 4th century military activities]
Beachcombing’s Bizarre History Blog: From Vienna to the Baltic in Roman Times.
Blogosphere ~ Julian and the Pagans – Gibbon’s Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire Chapter 23 Part 3
History Books Review: Julian and the Pagans – Gibbon’s Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire Chapter 23 Part 3.
Today Adrian Murdoch continues his series with a look at the guy who started the dynasty that would produce Constantine:
ante diem iv kalendas decembres
- 66 (or 67) A.D. — the emperor Nero proclaims the “freedom of the Greeks”
History of the Ancient World: Romulus, Remus and the Foundation of Rome.
Langues et Cultures de l’Antiquité: via An appeal to UNESCO.
[a petition for UNESCO to protect Latin and Greek]
Mike Anderson’s Ancient History: Roman Siege of the Fortress Masada.
History of the Ancient World: Gods and Places in Etruscan Religion.
History of the Ancient World: On Kings and Nomads: New Documents in Ancient Bactrian Reveal Afghanistan’s Past.
Bibliodyssey: The Temple of Muses
[assorted engravings of assorted myths ... plenty of iPad background potential here]
Newspaper coverage in the UK of the interview process to get into Oxford and the like reminds me very much of newspaper coverage of the MLA meetings in the US, and perhaps even go further … Mary Beard is about to embark on such interviews, and pens an interesting piece for BBC Magazine which folks might be interested in:
- A Point of View: The Oxbridge interview (BBC Magazine)
Love of History Blog: Kate Middleton as ancient Greek Goddess.
Roger Pearse: The text tradition of the Greek artillery manuals.
Hypotyposeis: Indicating Internal Evidence in the Text-Critical Apparatus.
[some (useful) sigla used to indicate scribal errors in manuscripts]
Roger Pearse: Translations of the works of Hero of Alexandria.
Roman Religion: Studying Roman Religion – brief history of research.
[just discovered this blog this week ...]