Posted on August 31st, 2022 in Honest Museum Signs by Elizabeth W. Thill

Acquisition no. 5: A museum information sign for a pot showing Achilles and Patroclus hanging out, bandaging each other’s wounds, as one does. Social media is full of series that feature the greatest works of ancient art. This is not one of those series. This is Honest Museum Signs, a series devoted to the belief …

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Posted on August 31st, 2022 in Students by Sherry Minton

The IU School of Liberal Arts Office of Career Development is excited to announce the launch of a new website designed to increase and improve student access to career development resources and opportunities. Career development is an essential part of your education, especially at the beginning of an academic year. Career advisors can help you …

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Posted on August 30th, 2022 in Honest Museum Signs by Elizabeth W. Thill

Acquisition no. 4: A museum information sign for a pot by Douris, which involves a little shoulder-lion, for reasons lost to time. Social media is full of series that feature the greatest works of ancient art. This is not one of those series. This is Honest Museum Signs, a series devoted to the belief that with ancient …

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Posted on August 29th, 2022 in Announcements, Classes, Featured, Upcoming by Elizabeth W. Thill

Still looking for that perfect course to fill out your semester? Check out late-start Classical Studies courses, still available for enrollment in Fall 2022! All late-start classes are Online Asynchronous. 2nd 5-week session (Sep 26 – Oct 27) B312: Plague, Disasters, and Death in the Ancient World (28835) 5 week, 1 credit “appetizer” class can be …

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Posted on August 25th, 2022 in Real Housewives of Mt Olympus by Elizabeth W. Thill

Episode 25: In which Thetis and Achilles pay a visit to Persephone, and Thetis argues about which goddess should get which Stonehenge. This cross-over episode of Real Housewives of Hades (a Mt. Olympus spin-off) and Real Housewives of Mt. Olympus brought to you by CLAS-B 312 Plague, Disasters, and Death. [SETTING: a pomegranate grove outside Hades’ Palace] …

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Posted on August 24th, 2022 in Real Housewives of Mt Olympus by Elizabeth W. Thill

Episode 24: In which Venus learns a mechanical horse is called a “moped,” and Vulcan refuses to smite a tourist on said moped. This episode of Real Housewives of Mt. Olympus brought to you by CLAS-C 419 Art and Archaeology of Pompeii. VENUS, GODDESS OF SEXUAL DESIRE AND REALLY RELUCTANT WIFE OF VULCAN: You know those …

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Posted on August 21st, 2022 in Real Housewives of Mt Olympus by Elizabeth W. Thill

Episode 23: In which Roma gets some statues back, Mars learns what Sirens are, and Minerva learns her hero Ulysses might just be an idiot. This episode of Real Housewives of Mt. Olympus brought to you by by the latest archaeological news on ArtNet.com – and by CLAS-A 301 Classical Archaeology. ROMA, GODDESS OF ROME: …

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Posted on August 18th, 2022 in Honest Museum Signs by Elizabeth W. Thill

Acquisition no. 3: A museum information sign for a pot by the Berlin Painter, where a unicorn bull pulls a very creepy magic trick. Social media is full of series that feature the greatest works of ancient art. This is not one of those series. This is Honest Museum Signs, a series devoted to the belief that …

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Posted on August 17th, 2022 in Honest Museum Signs by Elizabeth W. Thill

Acquisition no. 2: A museum information sign for an imperial family portrait, where everyone has resting-insufferable-face, except for Geta, who has no face. Social media is full of series that feature the greatest works of ancient art. This is not one of those series. This is Honest Museum Signs, a series devoted to the belief that …

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Posted on August 17th, 2022 in Honest Museum Signs by Elizabeth W. Thill

Acquisition no. 1: A museum information sign for a sculpture of Aeneas from Aphrodisias, where the hero gets creeped on by Creusa, his dead wife. Social media is full of series that feature the greatest works of ancient art. This is not one of those series. This is Honest Museum Signs, a series devoted to …

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