Monthly Archives: July 2011

Roman Romance

By Caroline Lawrence Last month I blogged about a dozen of my favourite Roman artefacts. I love Roman artefacts because they are the talismans for my “hero’s journey” back in time to first century Rome. Also, I use them as … Continue reading

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Top Ten Classical Performances

By Juliette Harrisson A great film, book or television series which is set in or makes reference to the ancient world can be the best possible way of getting people interested in Classics. My own interest in the Roman world … Continue reading

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Recollections: the conference

By Prof. Douglas Cairns Everyone who’s interested in Classics is interested in the past. The Classical Association exists for everyone who shares that interest, whether professionally or otherwise. But what’s great about the CA is that its real focus is … Continue reading

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