I'm looking for a textual version of a2 + b2 = c2 that is as old as possible, among all the Greek sources. [more inside]
Is there any university (based anywhere in the world, operating in any language) that offers a completely online B.A. program in classics (or specifically in Latin or Greek)?
Classicists and folklore/mythology types: how can I go about finding the original source for this obscure Roman (or Greek?) myth? [more inside]
Why is politics a noble profession? [more inside]
I'm a college senior who's minoring in Classical Humanities. How can I stay up-to-date in this field after graduation? [more inside]
I want to read Plato in the original Greek. Unfortunately, I don't know any. [more inside]
Which translations of western classics like the Iliad, Odyssey and Oresteia would you recommend? [more inside]
What's that ancient Greek quote that goes something like, Give me a city/village and I can turn it into a great nation?
What's the best way for an almost-college graduate to find a job teaching Latin and/or Greek? I'll have a BA in Classics from a good school, but limited teaching experience. I'm not particularly looking to get certified because I don't want to do this for more than a few years.