I may blog this more formally later when I get a chance to poke around a bit more, but folks might want to read it (Owen Jarus is always doing really excellent stuff over at Live Science and usually it just gets picked up everywhere else, not always with attribution). In any event, here’s his latest:
- Mysterious ‘Winged’ Structure from Ancient Rome Discovered (Live Science)
… it’s about a really interesting structure from the 2nd/3rd century found at Venta Icenorum; not sure when it was found or if it has actually been completely excavated, though.
Adrian Murdoch continues the series with Constantine’s baby boy:
Marguerite Rigoglioso introduces her recent work — The Cult of Divine Birth in Ancient Greece and Virgin Mother Goddesses of Antiquity — in a blog post with some interesting comments attached:
- What Is This Virgin Birth Business All About?(Feminism and Religion)
ante diem x kalendas februarias
- ludi palatini (day 3) — the theatrefest continues