εἰ γὰρ καλὸν γενέθλιον ἦμαρ! Sententiae Antiquae is Four Years Old
This site is now four-years old—it has transformed a bit from its first days where we posted a line or two of text a day. Some days, I find myself wondering if my time could be put to better use. But then I read through what we have done here and find myself not just entertained but reminded of all the things I still don’t know. (And those I am using this site to remember for me…)
In honor of the three-year anniversary last year, we got a little silly trying to figure out how someone might say “Happy Birthday” in Ancient Greek (whether someone actually would say that is another question). The post became our most popular of all time.
Since this time last year, we went a little crazy over the Homeric Batrakhomuomakhia (“The Battle of Frogs and Mice”). We did a translation and…
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