Excellent drone footage and commentary (in Italian) by Massimo Osanna, the site director, of the House with the Garden and the House of Orion. via https://www.mentalfloss.com/article/622750/virtual-tour-ancient-pompeii-houses
The deadline for this has been extended to the end of May. Time to pick up your stilus and start scratching your papyrus! From TLP… THE SCRIPTORES WRITING CHALLENGE – DEADLINE EXTENSION – MAY 31stWe have decided to keep our writing competition open until May 31st in order to give pupils studying at home some […]
Writer and entertainer Natalie Haynes is releasing weekly videos on Ovid’s Heroïdes. We’re five episodes in already, so catch up! See the full list on her Facebook page.
Madeline Miller’s Circe is to be an eight-part series and Ovid’s love poetry a feature film. Check out the trailer for the latter…
The Classics Department at RH is Building up its Outreach Hub website to help those looking for more teaching and learning resources. Head over and take a look!
Dave Midgley and co are producing fun and informative podcasts on some interesting moments in ancient history. Here’s the introductory video… And here’s the link to their YouTube channel… https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCamPyE75uCUj3BX-N6Iqf7Q/videos
The Classical Association has compiled a comprehensive list, much appreciated at this time! Link to the List!
A suggestion from Jeremy Antrich. Would you like to get involved? A few years ago, after retiring from my full time job as Head of Classics at Tiffin Girls’ School in Kingston upon Thames, I got withdrawal symptoms. So I started a local Greek drama reading group. The idea was to meet regularly and read […]
I’ve set up a new discussion group called Remote Teaching. I’m sure there are many member out there who would appreciate and benefit from the experience and ideas of others. Please do join the group and share! To join, log in and go to https://www.theclassicslibrary.com/groups/remote-teaching/ (or find REMOTE TEACHING in the Groups area.
In the context of remote teaching, enthusiasm and engagement can easily wane: Class Civ topics can be a great way to engage students and give them material that all students can respond to in different and creative ways. de Romanis has been written as much as a introduction to the cultural world of the Romans as […]