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Found: Cambridge Ancient History

Salvete!

I found scanned versions of all 14 books of the series "Cambridge Ancient History" (mostly 2nd edition, but some also of the 3rd and 1st edition). Links can be found on my homepage, in the Various Links-section.

Valete,

Carolus Raeticus
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Bookshelves of ancient Greeks and Romans

Would wealthy Greeks and Romans put up stacks of bookshelves at home? What would they read during leisure?
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Where to find editions with larger font sizes

In an earlier thread, anphph asked where to find 'critical' editions. http://www.textkit.com/greek-latin-forum/viewtopic.php?f=36&t=65232. I on the other hand am looking for editions with larger fonts. As an example, I cite the Pleiade edition of the 7 volumes of Proust's Recherche versus the Folio Editions of the same. The Pleiade edition makes my eyes very tired very quickly, but the Folio Edition works okay. (Did I mention that I am old?)
Some of the older editions from ...
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how the latins tell other ppl

I always wonder how the romans, especially the latins, differentiate other people of ethnicity.. even though I myself believe that etnicity or nationality does not mean anything, but if allowed to be curious, approaching a people with a fairer skin than me I will ask whether he is from europe/ america/australia.. likewise if he has an african complexion I would be equally interested..
what will be a factor for the ancients to tell other group? ...
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a big surprise

Chairete,
This came as a big surprise to me when I realized it a few months ago, but there was no racism in the classical world.
Think about it. A Greek only cared whether or not you were Greek. If you weren't Greek, he didn't care what color you were. That's chauvinism, but it isn't racism.
If my memory serves me correctly, when Herodotus is talking about the "long-lived Ethiopians," he doesn't even say they ...
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finley

are the works of moses finley still useful or have they been superseded? i was going to get his book on slavery, and maybe some of his books on ancient economies, but thought i should ask if more recent works on these topics are a better bet. thanks in advance if anyone has an opinion.
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Loebs Ancient and Modern

I used some vouchers provided as a bribe by my interent provider the other day to buy some new Loebs. I had intended to replace my copy of the Homeric Hymns having read a good review in BM classical review but it wasn't in stock at my local Waterstones (the erstwhile Dillons, which lives on as the name of the cafe and occupies a large amount of space previously devoted to selling books ) so ...
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Historical Impact of Rome on War Gaming

As if you needed more proof, it's here:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WC4b1DN7238

Fantastic find,

Cathexis
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Aulos reconstruction at the Workshop of Dionysus

A video from earlier this year by James Willetts: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ik8cS_60aSI

The Workshop of Dionysus blog: www.doublepipes.info

As might be expected, Stefen Hagel is one of the reconstructors.
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