Monthly Archives: March 2011

Scholarship Opportunity for Kenchreai Field School

This is a newly announced scholarship opportunity that is too good to miss applying for!  Fees, most meals and accommodations are paifd by the scholarship plus the recipient will receive $1500 to help cover travel to Greece and incidentals Scholarship … Continue reading

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Ancient chemical warfare

An interesting article from Live Science– note that this has to do with Dura-Europos, the site Nigel Pollard discussed in his talk last month!    Buried with Secrets: Skeletons Likely Victims of Chemical Weapon | Rome, Persia and Ancient Warfare … Continue reading

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Pompeii couple reunited in marble inscription

Who says epigraphy isn’t heartwarming?  Pompeii couple reunited in marble inscription – Technology & science – Science – DiscoveryNews.com – msnbc.com.

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Felicem natalem Doctori Seuss!

Check out these Latin translations of Seussian opera in celebration! Virent ova! Viret perna!, Cattus Petasatus and Quomodo Invidiosulus Nomine Grinchus Christi Natalem Abrogaverit

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