Still marvelling at this small and wonderfully warm and expressive Neolithic figurine dating to c.4800-4450 BC. Found in a tomb at Cuccuru S’Arriu (Cabras), Sardinia and thought to represent a mother goddess. #SardiniaOdyssey @MuseoArcheoCa

It's not every day that Sparta and cybersecurity can find themselves in the same paragraph. But this brilliant piece by @MartineDiepen shows how encryption techniques had already been developed for secret correspondence 2,500 years ago! https://twitter.com/Norman_Roule/status/1416872444367937543

Norman Roule @Norman_Roule

https://antigonejournal.com/2021/06/deciphering-spartan-scytale/

This Roman sculpture was discovered in the 19th century near @SudeleyCastle, where it is currently on display. The figure is believed to be the Cotswolds version of a major Roman deity. Can you guess which one?

#romanbritain #classics #ancientworld

Table of #Classics themed BBC #InOurTime episodes, updated with latest episodes and category filters.

Suggestions very welcome.

#RomanHistory #GreekHistory #AncientLiterature #Philosophy #AncientHistory #GreekMyth #Latin #ClassicalStudies

https://www.classicstuition.com/in-our-time/

As England prepare to face Italy, we @antigonejournal sing to them in the language of mutual love & respect: Latin. This is what happened when Three Lions became Tres Leones. Props to @baddiel @Lightning_Seeds and @thisiscannibal 🙌🦁⚽️ #ENG #ITA #EURO2020 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5dgvPtHNpT4

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