J.S. UBHI Beware the Ides of March
Category: Greek Language
Classics in Translation? A Personal Angle (Part II)
WOLFGANG DE MELO Why burn Greek and Latin down?
Classics in Translation? A Personal Angle (Part I)
WOLFGANG DE MELO On the value of translation.
On Not Knowing Greek (in 1923)
VIRGINIA WOOLF On the magic of Greek literature.
O Tempora: Classics Exams from Times Past
ANTIGONE Digs out papers from a different era.
When Erasmus Killed Latin: Revisiting the New Testament
DECLAN McCARTHY What are the rules of divine translation?
Why Do Irregular Nouns and Verbs Exist? An Ancient and Modern Problem
WOLFGANG DE MELO Why do languages have weird forms?
Learning Foreign Languages in Antiquity: How Did They Do It?
ELEANOR DICKEY Multilingual learning before Duolingo.
Homer’s Scythian Readers
J.S. UBHI How did myths tour the ancient world?
Why Compare Greek and Latin?
JOSHUA T. KATZ The first line of Latin literature has some answers.
Socially Awkward Data: Studying Ancient Sociolinguistics
ROBIN MEYER By Pollux, curse these particles!
Fragment of a Greek Tragedy, in English and Greek
A.E. HOUSMAN / D.S. RAVEN Forging a Greek tragedy from English comedy.
Gender in Latin and Beyond: A Philologist’s Take
WOLFGANG DE MELO How did the Romans handle gender?
Ancient Cybersecurity II: Cracking the Caesar Cipher
MARTINE DIEPENBROEK Did Rome's most famous citizen advance encryption?
Reflections on Life at the Word-face of the Cambridge Greek Lexicon
SIMON WESTRIPP Answers from an editor of the new Ancient Greek lexicon .
What Did Ancient Languages Sound Like?
NICHOLAS SWIFT Can we really hear the ancients speak?
Ancient Greek Accents in Ten Rules
GREEK ACCENTS Really aren't so complex.
An Introduction to Greek and Latin Metre
DAVID BUTTERFIELD A video lecture series from the simple to the complex.
“My Inquisitive Girlish Gaze”: How Women Speak in Greek Drama
IMOGEN STEAD How can we find 'real' female speech in all-male drama?
First Thoughts on the “New Naso”
CLASSICAL SCHOLARS explore the New Naso
The Music of Sophocles’ Ode to Man
ARMAND D'ANGOUR Resurrecting the sound of Greek choral song.
Words from the Ghosts: Awakening Indo-European Philology
J. S. UBHI How a language spoken long before the Greeks and Romans can help us speak to them.