Hodie est a.d. XV Kal. Quintiles (Iulias) 2772 AUC ~ 15 Skirophorion in the second year of the 699th Olympiad
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De tribus maximis praeceptis quibus puto in formandae rationes docendi Latine. Respuo etiam nomen “methodi” ut non iam aptum
Fiona joins David to discuss the Roman Society, including how it’s developed and the challenges it faces, the upcoming FIEC & CA conference, her work on the emperors Anastasius and Justinian, what led her to study Byzantium, and what areas of Late Antiquity she thinks need exploring.
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- [BMCR] Miryana Dimitrova, Julius Caesar’s Self-Created Image and Its Dramatic Afterlife. Bloomsbury Academic studies in classical reception.
- [BMCR] Morris Silver, Slave-Wives, Single Women and “Bastards” in the Ancient Greek World: Law and Economics Perspectives.
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