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Happy hug a consenting classicist boxing day… The day when the philologist among us argue about what it means!
— rogueclassicist (@rogueclassicist) April 22, 2015
A shiver goes down my spine as I reflect that I am in a square which has as its centrepiece an obelisk brought to Rome by Caligula…
— Tom Holland (@holland_tom) April 22, 2015
23 April 6.15, CA Lampeter, John Pearce KCL: Hares, hounds, lovers & others: representation & identity in iconography of Roman 'small finds'
— The Classical Assoc. (@Classical_Assoc) April 22, 2015
φέναξ, ακος, ὁ (phenax) —cheat, quack, impostor —Φένακες are addressed as the tutelary gods of cheats.
— Henry George Liddell (@LiddellAndScott) April 22, 2015