by Jennifer T. Roberts
Why the Peloponnesian War went on longer than is commonly thought.
SOURCE: National Geographic
Their name is synonymous with destruction, but the group may not deserve such a harsh legacy.
SOURCE: Inside Higher Ed
New video shows exactly what was said during a heated discussion at the annual gathering of classicists in January. Does it change anything?
by Emily Wilson
Now, at long last, we are beginning to see an outpouring of translations of Greek and Latin texts by women.
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