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Odysseus and Aeneas: Precedents to Machiavelli’s Prince?

Read Matthew Smith's Classical Texting blogpost on Machiavelli, Homer, and Virgil's multi-talented leaders here.

Antony's retaliation to Augustan Propaganda

 coin april 2017 In April's coin of the month, Alfred Wrigley explores what coinage reveals about the other side of the civil war.
Sun 02 April 2017, 16:33 | Tags: Engagement Numismatics Research Show on homepage Undergraduate

Welfare, Disability, and the Athenian Judiciary

Annie Sharples writes about ancient and modern welfare state in her article for Classical Texting.

Restless on the Rhine? Quinctilius Varus and Countermarked Coinage from Kalkriese

varus countermark Charlotte Mann explores coinage and countermarks along the Rhine in this month's coin of the month.

Wed 01 March 2017, 10:11 | Tags: Engagement Numismatics Postgraduate Show on homepage

Classical Texting, "Messages in Saffron: A case study of colour and epithet in Greek literature

Read Vicky Jewell's blog entry on colour in Homer here.

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