Friday Varia and Quick Hits

It’s been a busy, cold, and curious week at Archaeology of the Mediterranean World headquarters, and I’d by lying if I said that I wasn’t happy to see it come to a close. 

In the meantime, I’ll focus on the weekend by providing you with a carefully curated gaggle of varia and quick hits.

IMG 2447It’s been a long week

2 Comments

  1. Richard Rothaus December 8, 2014 at 9:08 am

    Ramsay McMullen! Yay! Since Pettegrew raised the specter of the utterly unhelpful circles of the dissertation age (https://mediterraneanworld.wordpress.com/2014/12/08/a-corinthian-cemetery-conflict/), it was good to see a new work from someone who was helpful, and more importantly has a devotion to hard questions and open inquiry. Crazy that one can’t just download the whole book, but I grabbed it chapter by chapter. I never would have noticed this one – thanks you.

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    1. Why did I blame Pettegrew and go in reverse chronological order? Sleep deprivation and reading my blog list too fast. My mistake. (In the spirit of full openness – I even crafted a snide remark about how a post on conflict was a bit dark for Corinthian Matters, but then discarded it. That should have clued me in).

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