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La venganza de Electra - RTVE.es

La venganza de Electra - RTVE.es | Classic languages | Scoop.it
Electra es hija del rey Agamenón y de Clitemnestra. Cuando su padre regresa de la Guerra de Troya es asesinado por Egisto, el amante de Clitemnestra. su hermano Orestes regresa y, con la ay...

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Greece's Living Heritage: Marseilles 2013 | USA.GreekReporter.com

Greece's Living Heritage: Marseilles 2013 | USA.GreekReporter.com | Classic languages | Scoop.it
“The people of this city (Phocaea) were the first Greeks to make distance sea voyages; they discovered the Adriatic Sea, Tyrrhenia, Iberia and Tartessos; they did not sail in round ships but on pentecontors,” the Histories, Book I,163.
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Latin Language Blog | The Nativity Story in Latin | rogueclassicism

Latin Language Blog | The Nativity Story in Latin | rogueclassicism | Classic languages | Scoop.it
Latin Language Blog The Nativity Story in Latin http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/LatinBlogTL/~3/QuoQh6aVcd8/ ... rogueclassicism: 1. n.
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Rome 2 Total War Roman Empire Part 60 The Lucky Province?!

I move into Arabia Felix and the word Felix means lucky in Latin! Please remember to COMMENT, LIKE and SUBSCRIBE.
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The Ancient Greeks' 6 Words for Love (And Why Knowing Them Can ...

The Ancient Greeks' 6 Words for Love (And Why Knowing Them Can ... | Classic languages | Scoop.it
It's an important question in an age when we attempt to amass "friends" on Facebook or "followers" on Twitter—achievements that would have hardly impressed the Greeks. ...
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neo-neocon » Blog Archive » Roman aqueducts weren't built in a day

neo-neocon » Blog Archive » Roman aqueducts weren't built in a day | Classic languages | Scoop.it
But did you ever wonder what happened afterward, on the way to Rome (where all roads led, as well)? For example, I had not ....
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Its All Greek Mythology To Me: Latin Learning On The Rise In Schools

Its All Greek Mythology To Me: Latin Learning On The Rise In Schools | Classic languages | Scoop.it
Project co-ordinator Jane Maguire said: "It gives them the ability to understand sometimes quite hard words in English and to interpret them through their knowledge of Latin. "It gives them an ... Greeks.
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Ancient Roman Movies in 2014 and Beyond | Latin Language Blog

Ancient Roman Movies in 2014 and Beyond | Latin Language Blog | Classic languages | Scoop.it
The film is based in Ancient Greece, but inaccurately attributes the Latin name ”Hercules” instead of the Greek form Herakles. YouTube Preview Image. Next Month, Son of God and Pompeii are hitting the silver screen.
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Bryn Mawr Classical Reviews | rogueclassicism

Bryn Mawr Classical Reviews | rogueclassicism | Classic languages | Scoop.it
2014.01.39: Marja Vierros, Bilingual Notaries in Hellenistic Egypt: A Study of Greek as a Second Language. Collectanea hellenistica, 5. ... 2014.01.32: Theodore D. Papanghelis, Stephen J.
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Ancient Roman Sport Stars: Chariot Racers | Latin Language Blog

Ancient Roman Sport Stars: Chariot Racers | Latin Language Blog | Classic languages | Scoop.it
Jan, 2014 by Brittany Britanniae in Latin Language, Roman culture. Good Day Readers! So, let's talk about some sports since the Olympics and the Super Bowl are just around the corner.
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Sappho's sixth and seventh poems | MetaFilter

Sappho's sixth and seventh poems | MetaFilter | Classic languages | Scoop.it
The poems came to light when the owner of a papyrus asked Oxford classicist Dirk Obbink about the Greek script on a scrap. .... She might have inspired Neruda...
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Latin Language Blog | You Want to Learn Latin: Keep Calm and ...

Latin Language Blog | You Want to Learn Latin: Keep Calm and ... | Classic languages | Scoop.it
rogueclassicism: 1. n. an abnormal state or condition resulting from the forced migration from a lengthy Classical education into a profoundly unClassical world; 2. n. a blog about Ancient Greece and Rome compiled by one so ...
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Roman Significance Today | peterbianchi.com

Roman Significance Today | peterbianchi.com | Classic languages | Scoop.it
The language of Rome Latin has influenced many languages today. Even in the English ... Instead of throwing away all Greek work Rome kept a large amount of art, music, and literature from Greece. Finally, they provided the ...
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Reading Attic: Learning Latin and Ancient Greek in Singapore

Reading Attic: Learning Latin and Ancient Greek in Singapore | Classic languages | Scoop.it
First school of Latin Language and Ancient Greek Language in Singapore. Skip to content. First time here? ad atrium · quamobrem discamus? (Why learn ...
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Latin Language Blog | What was the Saturnalia? | rogueclassicism

Latin Language Blog | What was the Saturnalia? | rogueclassicism | Classic languages | Scoop.it
rogueclassicism: 1. n. an abnormal state or condition resulting from the forced migration from a lengthy Classical education into a profoundly unClassical world; 2. n. a blog about Ancient Greece and Rome compiled by one so ...
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breaking the eternity of rome: the goths against the roman empire

breaking the eternity of rome: the goths against the roman empire | Classic languages | Scoop.it
Later, the Byzantines settled many Goths in Asia Minor (in the territory of the later thema of Opsikion) who were gradually Hellenized and were called Gotthograeci (Gotho-Greeks).
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How Ancient Greek Scrolls Were Used | www.leparche.it

How Ancient Greek Scrolls Were Used | www.leparche.it | Classic languages | Scoop.it
The Greek Olympics. An Introduction to the Role of Women in Ancient Greek Art, from Amazons to Athena and Including Questions and AnswersA collection of links to websites on Ancient Greece and Ancient Rome for teachers and ...
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Latin on the Rise in the UK | rogueclassicism

Latin on the Rise in the UK | rogueclassicism | Classic languages | Scoop.it
All seven-year-olds will learn a language from September with Latin and ancient Greek included as options. Antingham and ... it's a dead language. You can't go to ancient Rome and to speak it as you can with Spanish or German.
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Its All Greek Mythology To Me: What's in a Word? 'Anesthesia' From ...

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'Anesthesia' From Ancient Greece to 1846, and Beyond. by A.J. Wright. Have you ever thought about the ...
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Geography, Personality, and the Fluorescence of Rome - Mike ...

Geography, Personality, and the Fluorescence of Rome - Mike ... | Classic languages | Scoop.it
Many cultures, including the Greeks, were rejecting the monarchical model, but none of Rome's neighbors had this inclination and none had the drive to grow and diversify their culture. As Rome grew, the Etruscan time would ...
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Seneca's Pneumatology | Near Emmaus

Seneca's Pneumatology | Near Emmaus | Classic languages | Scoop.it
It is quite possible that the language used in these works has been influenced by Greek and Roman concepts of spirit, or vice versa, or some more complicated mixture. ______. [1] Seneca: Letters from a Stoic (and Biography) ...
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When in Rome: Get a classical studies minor - The Alestle

When in Rome: Get a classical studies minor - The Alestle | Classic languages | Scoop.it
When in Rome: Get a classical studies minor The Alestle Unbidden interrogations pour forth from their lips: “Why would you want to study Latin or Greek?” or “What good will a classical studies minor really do ...
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Latin Language Blog | Ancient Roman Super Stars: Charioteers ...

Latin Language Blog | Ancient Roman Super Stars: Charioteers ... | Classic languages | Scoop.it
Latin Language Blog Ancient Roman Super Stars: Charioteers http://ift.tt/1jFDqYP. ... Latin Language Blog | Ancient Roman Super Stars: Charioteers. 28 Tuesday Jan 2014. Posted by David Meadows ... rogueclassicism: 1.
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The Filioque and Arianism: Was It Really Necessary? - On Behalf of All

The Filioque and Arianism: Was It Really Necessary? - On Behalf of All | Classic languages | Scoop.it
In 1014, the Latin-speaking church in old Rome began to recite the Creed with the Filioque included, changing the second line to: “who proceeds from the Father and the Son. ....
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Tragedy and Myth in Ancient Europe and Modern Politics | The ...

Tragedy and Myth in Ancient Europe and Modern Politics | The ... | Classic languages | Scoop.it
There is a difference between religion and myth—a difference, as stated above, depending more on the interpreter and less on the etymological differences between these two words. Some of us will disparagingly argue that the miracles ...
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Word Origin | Gypsy Loan Words in Turkish | Mavi Boncuk

After exiting the Indian subcontinent, Romani was heavily affected by European contact languages. The most significant of these was Byzantine Greek, which contributed lexically, phonemically, and grammatically to Early ...
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