This is the sort of thing I wish would happen with most conferences/panels … a month or so ago the University of Southampton was the host for a conference called the Connected Past, which somehow slipped through the cracks at rogueclassicism in terms of an announcement of some sort. The focus, broadly speaking, was on looking at cross-disciplinary methodologies in archaeological research in various time periods. In any event, a pile of the presentations — several of which have a Classical bent — were recorded and are now available online:
- pervade (Merriam Webster)
… and a dash of latinitas:
… and just a touch of Greek:
106 A.D. — martyrdom of Zachary in Gaul
303 A.D. — martyrdom of Felicissimus, Heraclius, and others at what is now Todi (Umbria)
About.com Ancient / Classical History: On This Day in Ancient History – Trajan’s Dacian Triumph.
Mark Goodacre: Earthquake Research and the Day of Jesus’ Crucifixion.