The Classics Confidential folks talk to our amicus Andrew Reinhard, who talks about print publications and the blurring of lines between print and digital:
pridie nonas julias
ludi Apollinares (day 1) — games instituted in 212 B.C. after consulting the Sybilline books during a particularly bad stretch in the Punic Wars; four years later they became an annual festival in honour of Apollo
late fifth century B.C.? — in the wake of the aborted attack on Rome by Coriolanus, the senate dedicated a Temple of Fortuna Muliebris (and there were associated rites thereafter)
Roger Pearse: A newly discovered Mithraeum in Scotland.
[need to look into this further ...]
The Homer Multitext: Student Presentations at the CHS Summer Seminar 2012.
Latin for Addicts: Review of the First Conjugation Passive.
About.com Ancient / Classical History: The Olympics Weren’t the Only Greek Games.
Bread and Circuses: Calgacus, before the battle of Mons Graupius.
History of the Ancient World: Rome in the Teutoburg Forest.