PETER HULSE An epic battle of the soul.
Category: Ancient Religion
The Ancient Boundaries of Classics
DOBRINKA CHIEKOVA The rich interaction between Greece and Thrace.
The Power of Reason: Benedict XVI and the Classics
MATEUSZ STRÓŻYŃSKI A Pope's devotion to Latin and Greek.
Herodotus on Christmas in 20th-Century Britain
AN ANCIENT HISTORIAN On the weird world of Niatirb.
Objects of Worship: A Japanese Journey in Ancient Religion and Modern Experience
THIERRY RICHARDS Kanzo Uchimura and the message of St Paul.
When Erasmus Killed Latin: Revisiting the New Testament
DECLAN McCARTHY What are the rules of divine translation?
Was Apuleius a Witch?
JASPREET SINGH BOPARAI When wandering scholars go rogue.
What You Need to Build a Greek Temple
EDMUND STEWART How hard can it be? Answer: very.
What did Classics do to Christianity?
SIMON GOLDHILL The constant collision of rival worldviews.
Biblical Intertextuality: The Virgin Mary as the Ark of the Covenant
JAN KOZŁOWSKI Hidden threads in the Gospel of Luke
The Ecstasy and the Agony: Mania, Manhood and Misery in Catullus 63
ANNE HARDY The strangest poem in Latin literature?
What’s in a Name? Invoking Aphrodite in Greek Tragedy
IMOGEN STEAD Who's afraid of the goddess of love?
Manipulating Mythology in Ancient Athens
JEROME RUDDICK What stories did Athenians choose to tell themselves?
Mere Child’s Play? Comparing Greek Myth with Fairy Tale
ATHINA MITROPOULOS Did Greek myth ever think of the children?
Egyptian Cats and Greek Curiosity
ALEX TARBET When Herodotus and cats collide.
The Man who Translated the Bible into Latin
JASPREET SINGH BOPARAI The exciting business of being Jerome
Bleeding Trees in Ancient Myth and Modern Deforestation
MIRIAM KAMIL Why is harming trees a human taboo?
To Heaven on a Chariot: The Incredible Story of Poppaea Sabina
PAUL SCHUBERT A Greek poem, a Roman empress, and life among the gods.
One and Many: Mother Goddesses at the Ancient Black Sea
DOBRINKA CHIEKOVA The cross-cultural worship of the many-named Mother Goddess.
Jesus Christ: the ‘Vitruvian Man’ on the Cross
PABLO IRIZAR What connects depictions of Christ's crucifixion to the pre-Christian world?
Big Gods Don’t Cry, Do They?
LLEWELYN MORGAN How the teardrop explodes in Ovidian elegy.
First Thoughts on the “New Naso”
CLASSICAL SCHOLARS explore the New Naso
The Greeks, Afghanistan, and the Buddha
BIJAN OMRANI Piecing together Greek influence in the Asian kingdom of Bactria.
Retracing the Steps of the Eleusinian Procession: A Mortal Experience
ATHINA MITROPOULOS Unravelling the Mysteries to make the silent speak.