Classics Confidential: Rethinking Copyright (Paolo Monella)

Ages ago I mentioned the Classics Confidential folks and trusted youtube to inform me of updates … so I’m way behind … in this one, Dr Paolo Monella explains a paper he presented which draws on the ancients to rethink the idea of copyright:


This Day in Ancient History: ante diem iv kalendas sextilias

ante diem iv kalendas sextilias

  • ludi Victoriae Caesaris (day 10)
  • 67 A.D./C.E. — fighting in Jerusalem between pro-surrender-to-the-Romans groups and their counterparts; the former set fire to some food supplies which apparently contributed to the fall of the city three years later (!) (need to track this one down)
  • ca. 260 — martyrdom of Lucilla and companions