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#BadAncient finally has a contribution worthy of #PhallusThursday @TraffordLj
New contributor @adamarchaeology walks us through the purpose of a Pompeii phallus carving that is NOT there to direct people to the brothel:
https://t.co/PGrAFsnDogAncient World Magazine@AncientWorldMag
*Proud teacher moment*
Daniel is the first intern @AncientWorldMag have had, and has written a series of articles based on his undergraduate research project from when he was a student @HistoryManMet - all about the Athenian symposium.
New contributor Daniel Woon looks at the Athenian symposium from three different perspectives to fully understand what really went on at ancient Greek house parties. This first part in the series will explore the personal gains from attending a symposium. https://t.co/DirLaI629C
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Book being read: Ah, you have caught me between books! At the moment my thesis is taking up most of my time so reading, per se, takes a back seat. The only books you ‘read’ are for references, clarification of … Continue reading
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Book being read: J. Crowley, “The Psychology of the Athenian Hoplite” (Cambridge, 2012) Right, I have finished restructuring and I am now back in the full flow of historical work – thanks for your patience! Since my last post I … Continue reading