Hodie est pridie Idus Iunias 2772 AUC ~ 10 Skirophorion in the second year of the 699th Olympiad
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At the same time as Hermes takes flight to Calypso’ island, in order to rescue Odysseus, Athena takes flight to Ithaka, in order to “rescue” 20-year old Telemachus: from his remarkable immaturity. This episode picks up the story in the twentieth year of Odysseus’ absence, and details the “Ithacan constitutional crisis” confronting Penelope, Telemachus, and the people of Ithaka: “What to do, when your king/your husband/your father, may or may not, be dead?
By modern standards the Romans had some fairly unusual ideas, which could be putting it mildly when it comes to the subject of adultery. For the most part the Romans were lack lax in repercussions, unless of course you were embarrassing a man of high status. Guest:
Dr Rhiannon Evans (Senior Lecturer, Classics and Ancient History, La Trobe University)
- ONCE AND FUTURE ANTIQUITIES IN SCIENCE FICTION AND FANTASY – Classics for All
- [BMCR] Gary D. Farney, Guy Jolyon Bradley (ed.), The Peoples of Ancient Italy.
- [BMCR] Maria Sapio (ed.), Le armi di Athena: il Santuario settentrionale di Paestum.
- [BMCR] Frédérique Duyrat, Wealth and Warfare: The Archaeology of Money in Ancient Syria. Numismatic studies, 34.
- [BMCR] Marcus Deufert, Kritischer Kommentar zu Lukrezens ‘De rerum natura’. Texte und Kommentare, Band 56.
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Conferences and Calls for Papers