Last time we were in Melbourne we dedicated most of a day to trawling through this amazing gallery.
The spotlight for Ancient Greece stays pretty firmly on the Classical and Hellenistic periods. You don’t hear much about the time before them.
These two cats are recognisably the same kind of cat, with several similar characteristics. I therefore conclude they are the same cat, with different names.
Except, of course, that the ones who need to hear them aren’t the ones who attend tutorials. An essay is an argument, not a collection of ideas you think are […]
Of the characters in this interesting play, by far my favourite is Deianira. I find her to be an incredibly sympathetic character: she is innocent without seeming ridiculous, good-natured without appearing martyrish, […]
I don’t have anything in particular to say, so I’m going to show you something beautiful instead. You’ve heard of Vesuvius, I’m sure, and how such a great destructive force […]
Editions of primary texts in ancient history, particularly quite old editions, are often written entirely in the language concerned. The introduction, the footnotes, the index, the bibliography, even the editors’ […]