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This is from a few years ago, but it’s quite fun. These are two stories rendered entirely in Proto-Indo-European (PIE), the hypothetical “mother language” of Greek, Latin, English, Persian, Sanskrit, and dozens of other major world languages. The two thrilling … finish reading Proto-Indo-European Fables
Read a short section from the latest edition of Homer’s great epic of the Trojan wars – the first English translation by a woman Source: New translation of the Iliad by Caroline Alexander – extract | Books | The Guardian
As some of you know, we now have access to the excellent “Oxford Scholarly Editions Online.” Let’s celebrate with a tough quiz on Laitn poetry! Source: Test your knowledge of Latin poetry | OUPblog
In anticipation of flu season, the Classics Department welcomed a representative of Asklepios to our Tiber Island/hallway.
Classics faculty Ellen Millender and Wally Englert and Classics students Nick Brancaccio, Maria Carpenter, Claire Didziulis, Madeline Gettman, Kalina Hadzhikova, Anya Logan, and Haley Tilt had a great time visiting the Pompeii exhibit at the Pacific Science Center in Seattle on … finish reading Classics faculty and students visit Pompeii exhibit in Seattle
Personally I tend to think it would be in the volo/nolo group…. Both meanings obviously present here: