#awism ~ Classical Podcasts: July 30 – August 5, 2017

[in catch up mode … I seem to be missing a few and/or it’s the slow time of the year]

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In the Italian Press: July 30 – August 5, 2017

Some items of archaeological interest from the Italian press which don’t appear to have received any coverage in English:

From Molise comes word of the discovery of a temple podium dating to the second half of the first century BCE on the site of a previously-unexplored section of the ancient site of Saepinum:

Word of the discovery of the sunken parts of Neapolis (Tunisia … we may have mentioned this):

Evidence of a large-scale Roman farm at Paestum dating from the first to second centuries BCE:

An upper class Bronze Age burial of a female teen from Pizzoli:

 

#icymi ~ Classicists in the News: July 30 – August 5, 2017

[playing catchup … as often]

Gregory Crane on use of technology:

An honourary degree for Paul Cartledge:

Shining the spotlight on Patrick Burns:

How Diana Burton is incorporating 3d printing into her instruction:

On Christopher Krebs’ and Caroline Winterer’s ‘Ancient Rome and its Legacies’ class at the Stanford Humanities Institute:

Feature on Christos Tsirogiannis and his work identifying stolen antiquities (the WSJ version might be paywalled):

A feature on undergrad Jessica Williams, who had the opportunity to dig at the Griffin Warrior Grave with her advisor Anne Feltovich:

Sarah Bond in Forbes:

Josiah Ober commenting on the current state of the U.S.: