Impressive Exhibition 'Pompeii and the Greeks' Opens in Italy
Publisher: Greek Reporter
Author: Katherine Filippeos
Exhibition on Pompeii and Greeks
A city with too much history to handle
Author: Erin Craig
A group of vigilantes has stepped in to restore forgotten historical sites in Naples’ Vergini neighbourhood.
Situation vacant: Running Rome's Colosseum
Publisher: BBC News
Author: James Reynolds
The BBC's James Reynolds fancies a crack at running one of the world's iconic sites, the Colosseum in Rome.
What did Latin actually sound like?
Author: Martha Kearney
A Latin enthusiast has trained opera singers to use the ancient language
Exhibition reveals hidden history of Colosseum after the fall of Rome, from medieval fortresses to slaughterhouses
Publisher: The Telegraph
Author: Nick Squires
Archaeologists in Rome have discovered the remains of a timber walkway used by soldiers guarding a fortress built into the remains of the Colosseum during the Middle Ages.
Apple patents Roman-style scroll device
Publisher: The Stack
Author: Martin Anderson
Apple has applied for a patent for a new type of device which offers a very old configuration – a scroll, but with a flexible OLED screen.
The Vatican’s Latinist
Publisher: The New Criterion
Author: John Byron Kuhner
Piece about renowned Vatican Latinist, Reginald Foster.
Review: Ancient Rome menu at Next is the most fascinating in years
Author: Phil Vettel
Next takes a time-travel trip to fourth- or fifth-century Rome with its Ancient Rome menu.
Seneca the Younger, In Our Time
Author: BBC 4
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the works, life and times of Seneca the Younger.
Early Tech Adopters in Ancient Rome Had Portable Sundials
Author: Meghan Bartels
A little gadget could make you look smart, rich, and tech-savvy—all without necessarily fulfilling its real function