Monthly Archives: August 2014

Augustus digest #Aug2K

Today is exactly 2000 years after day on which Augustus died. To mark the day there are many articles and events, the links to which have been collected below. A conference is ongoing at the moment in Leeds entitled Commemorating … Continue reading

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A-Level results and Clearing 2014

Thursday morning will be full of dread and excitement for many of those who are waiting for their A-level results, dependant on which on which will be university and, depending on your perception on the importance of university, life. If … Continue reading

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Brace Yourselves: News From Amphipolis is Coming …

Originally posted on rogueclassicism:
There has been quite the buzz about ‘that tomb’ at Amphipolis over the past couple of days and what has made it to the press — both on the English side and the Greek — is…

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Summer School Reveries Part I – Lampeter

Lampeter in early evening, where the sun shines, the birds chirp, Classisicts congregate. #LampeterSW pic.twitter.com/3xBw2zLvfU — Classics Collective (@ClassColl) August 6, 2013 This time in the last two years, followers of our Twitter and Facebook accounts would be treated to the … Continue reading

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