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The Spring 2010 issue of Iris is out this month, and the theme of this edition is travel in the ancient world. Contents include:
- Herodotus Earth: The ancient world in Google
- Roman Holiday: Following the Classical tourist trail
- Perspectives from Xenophon: Ladies, gentlemen and barbarians
- Iris chat: Michael Scott, author of ‘From Democrats to Kings’
- Pausanias: Guide to ancient travelling
- Travelogue: Knossos
It also includes articles and features on outreach projects, news and reviews, quizzes and puzzles, a what’s on section, translations and fiction, advice and more…
You can subscribe through our website at http://www.irismagazine.org/order.htm or by replying to this email.
Iris magazine is part of The Iris Project, an educational charity promoting Classics in state schools and inner cities, and half of all copies printed are sent free to state schools which do not offer any Classical subjects.This is funded by subscriptions and advertising.