From last month at the Hellenic Society … you might have to turn your sound up a bit:
¶ ludi Victoriae Caesaris (day 1)
¶ 1262 B.C. — based on the ‘Canicular Cycle’ (a.k.a. the Sothic cycle) of the Egyptians, this day is suggested for the foundation of the Pythian Games and the embarkation of Jason and the Argonauts (!)
¶ 356 B.C. — birth of Alexander the Great (one suggested date)
¶ 64 A.D. — the Great Fire of Rome (day 3)
¶ 1304 — birth of Petrarch
American Philological Association: APA Blog : CFP: The Performance of Culture in Ancient Greece.
History of the Ancient World: Goddesses in Celtic Religion: cult and mythology – a comparative study of ancient Ireland, Britain and Gaul.