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A woodcut of a black and white manuscript page with Latin text at the bottom. Above the text is an image of a woman covered in feathers with the wings and feet of a bird, thebreasts and face of a human woman, and long hair. A banner above her reads "FAMA"

Dissertation Spotlight: Vicinitas in Urbe: Neighborliness and Urban Community in Mid-Republican Rome

By Jordan Rogers | Monday, February 7, 2022
A painting of Rome featuring a crowd of men fighting on a hill. Behind them is an obelisk, a column, and a toppled white marble statue of a nude man.

Blog: Ista Tempora! Isti Mores!: January 6th, A Year Later

By Joel Christensen | Thursday, January 6, 2022
A monochromatic stone statue of a man with short hair wrapped in a toga and sitting in a large chair. His right arm is leaning on the back of the chair, and his left hand holds a writing tablet on his lap. The base of the statue reads "SALLVSTIVS"

Blog: Sallust at the Insurrection

By Ayelet Haimson Lushkov | Wednesday, January 5, 2022
Oil painting of a white man sitting in a large chair facing left with a dissatisfied expression. He wears a white toga with red drapery over his left arm, a crown, a gold cuff bracelet, and short curly hair. A tiger sits between his legs.

Blog: Dissertation Spotlight: Humor in the Historical Works of Tacitus

By Emma Warhover | Monday, December 27, 2021

Blog: Exploring the Newly Reopened Domus Transitoria, Nero’s First Palace on the Palatine Hill

By Agnes Crawford | Friday, October 11, 2019

Blog: Will Reading Fiction Make You a Better Ancient Historian?

By Carlos Noreña | Monday, July 22, 2019

Blog: Domestic Violence in Ancient Rome and Game of Thrones

By Serena Witzke | Monday, May 27, 2019

Blog: Narrative Podcasts about the Classical World

By Christopher Polt | Tuesday, December 25, 2018
Header Image: Roman slave shackle found at Headbourne Worthy, Hampshire (Image via Wikimedia and taken by PortableAntiquities under a CC-BY-2.0).

Blog: Teaching Ancient Slavery in the South

By Samuel Flores | Friday, November 23, 2018