Dr G has returned from Italy and to Dr R and that means, dear Listeners, that the history of Rome from the founding of the city is back on! 72 more words
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Here is Angus Jackson of the RSC talking about the exciting 2017 season. They are grouping the Roman plays together. I agree with his reasons for doing this and they are the same reasons I have for making the groupings I use in my short courses: just putting the plays together brings out connections; you do not need a teacher to bring them out for you; you can start to think about broader arguments and what it all might mean.
For my first post, I thought I would share an essay that I wrote while attending UCSC. I won two prizes for this piece, and it is an example of some of my best work. 3,139 more words
The Doctors pursue the different elements coming to the fore in the 490s BCE by looking at a little more detail at the development of the position of aedile, and the significance of the fetiale priests in matters relating to war, peace, and oaths. 38 more words