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Kelly’s Blog: Sidonius Booming

April 13, 2021

Gavin Kelly has resumed his ‘Ausonius’ blog with posts on ‘A variation on prose rhythm: verse in prose’, and on ‘Surges of interest’ in which… Read more

15 April: Van Waarden on Performance

April 12, 2021

Joop van Waarden is to give a lecture at the Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa on performance aspects of the Panegyric of Anthemius. Title: ‘A… Read more

Ehrhardt on Places of Worship

March 31, 2021

Christelle Ehrhardt got her doctorate in archaeology and prehistory at Université Michel de Montaigne-Bordeaux III with ‘Bâtir une église, fonder une mémoire, asseoir une autorité:… Read more

Van Waarden Commentary Selected Letters

March 27, 2021

Joop van Waarden got a contract with Cambridge University Press for writing a Sidonius Apollinaris: Selected Letters commentary in the Cambridge Greek and Latin Classics… Read more

The Roman Emperor in Speech and Word

March 22, 2021

Jan Willem Drijvers and Meaghan McEvoy have edited a special issue of the Journal of Late Antiquity: ‘Envisioning the Roman Emperor in Speech and Word… Read more

Marolla on Political Flexibility

March 19, 2021

Giulia Marolla has published ‘Il trasformismo dell’aristocrazia gallica nelle epistole di Sidonio Apollinare / Political Flexibility of the Gallic Aristocracy in Sidonius’ Letters’, eClassica 6… Read more

Montone on the Art of Hunting

March 19, 2021

Recently out: Francesco Montone, ‘Imperatori romani a caccia. L’Ars venandi nei panegirici di Sidonio Apollinare’, Salternum 44-45 (2020) 79-100. Read more

Don’t Miss “Visigoths, Kings of Toulouse”

March 16, 2021

Still online and not to be missed, the exposition in Musée Saint-Raymond, Toulouse, on the occasion of the settlement of the Visigoths in Toulouse, 1600… Read more

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