Sermo 78, quo tres libros commendo: Fabulae a Sara conversae, Le Latin dans votre Poche et Erat Olim; accedunt duo carmina, nonnulla nova de rebus Latinis retialibus, merae nugae. http://www.lulu.com/shop/a-sara-van-der-pas/fabvlae-latine-versae/paperback/product-23805613.html https://www.amazon.fr/latin-dans-votre-poche/dp/2035901987 https://www.reclam.de/detail/978-3-15-019271-9/Brueder_Grimm/Erat_olim
In this mini myth, I tell you the story of Pygmalion and Galatea. It’s super weird and creepy but also the origin of My Fair Lady and, yes, She’s All That!
- via Mini Myth: Pygmalion & Galatea, the Gross Origins of My Fair Lady — Let’s Talk About Myths, Baby! A Greek & Roman Mythology Podcast
The Villa of the Papyri is close to the town of Herculaneum, and one of the most luxurious houses in the Bay of Naples. It takes its name from its valuable library, the only surviving example from antiquity which exists in its entirety. Guest: Dr Sonya Wurster (Latin Teacher, Brooklyn Emerging Leaders Academy).
This has been a long time coming, but for those of you who enjoyed our episodes (numbers 18-21) on Spartacus, the 1960 film and the Starz series, here are some select sources to help you find out more about Spartacus on the small and big screen. Augoustakis, A.; Cyrino, M. (eds), Starz Spartacus: Reimagining an…
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