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The weekly catch up.. so far.

So this week has been a bit different to normal. Its been a week full of guest lectures, assignment researching , starting a society and an audition. 354 more words

Veni Vidi Vici

Veni Vidi Vici

Before Julius Caesar was made dictator for life, he engaged in a civil war with his rival Pompey. Caesar started the war by… 62 more words

The Judgement of Caesar

Published in 2004 and written by Steven Saylor, this murder mystery is set in the ancient world. I came across it after my Latin teacher suggested it, but found myself really enjoying it. 335 more words


Paul Robinson earns Pompey a point against Mansfield

It is now 4 league draws in succession for Portsmouth after their encounter with Mansfield this previous Saturday.

It was another fantastic turnout at Fratton Park, with an attendance of 15,585 watching the game. 406 more words

Match Report

Pompey whats!?

Monday 10th March

Cant really remember – read, watched some BBad and had shower. Waiting to go for PET scan – “Ray” turned up late (10.15/30). 999 more words

Engaging with the Past: Cultural Heritage and Public History Reading Group

Engaging with the Past is a heritage and public history reading group based in Portsmouth which aims to discuss, debate and share ideas concerning ‘heritage’ through contemporary cultural production and the representation of the past – through management, public engagement, and various methods of dissemination. 272 more words


Steady Progress…

All in all, the last few days have seen plenty to cheer and a little to raise concerns for the Cobblers but gaining a point at a current promotion rival and getting through a tough away game in the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy to reach the Area Quarter Finals represents a very good return despite the pitfalls that came from both games. 564 more words

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