My field of expertise is Ancient Greek and Roman History.
Over 25 years teaching experience.
I received my Ph.D.in Classics (summa cum laude) from Genova University (Italy).
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Dear Johnnie, if you want to oversimplified the matter, you could say that Latin - which as a Vulgar Latin (“sermo vulgaris”, in Latin),i.e. the idiom of the illiterate, like soldiers, merchants
Hello, First of all the reason why Latin is so complicated is not “because it is a language created by pure logic instead of daily practice”, as you say. This is in fact an odd statement, since all
Hello, the marriage year of AD 42 or maybe late AD 41 for Thrasea Paetus and Arria Minor is documented. We know, in fact, that in AD 42, when Caecina Paetus was implicated in the revolt of Scribonianus
Hello, I think that, when the Oxford Classical dictionary says that "about 55" Helvidius Priscus married Thrasea Paetus‘s daughter, Fannia, as a his second wife (see Pliny the Younger’s Letters, book
Hi Felicia, you can name Publius Clodius Thrasea Paetus and Arria’s daughters from eldest to youngest as “Clodia Prima” (referred to as their actual daughter Fannia) , “Clodia Secunda “, “Clodia