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About the Great Poet Sappho

Acclaimed Author Jonathan Shay to Deliver Classics Lecture at UNH in Durham

Achilles and Odysseus Today: What Homer Can Tell Us About Military Leadership

Always to be the Best: The Competitive Spirit in Greek Culture

Ambassador Mallias to Visit New England: Schedule of Events

American School Scrapes at Palimpsest in Athens

Amphiaraion: Attica's Ancient Healing Center

Ancient City of Antioch Rediscovered in Worcester

Ancient Olympic History--By Flickering Torchlight? Accompanying hand-out (Click here)

Ancient Perfumery Found in Cyprus

Ancient Tower Found on Greek Island

Ancient Wreath Returns to Greece

An Economical Cavafy

Arising from Catastrophe: A City Remembers its Destruction and Salvation

Ascanius The Youth Classics Institute Announces Fall Workshops 2012 for Latin Teachers

Athenian Temple Site Caught in Crossfire

The Atmeidan or Hippodrome -- In Constantinople

Bernard Knox to Deliver Rouman Classical Lecture at UNH

Book Release: A War Like No Other - How the Athenians and Spartans Fought the Peloponnesian War By Victor Davis Hanson

British Writer and Actor Stephen Fry Speaks about the Return of the Elgin Marbles to the Parthenon

Buried Alive on Santorini

Christine Kondoleon Speaks at UNH, Delivers Twelfth Lecture for John C. Rouman Classical Lecture Series

A City Lost in the Night

Classical Association of the Atlantic States Awards Ovatio to Dr. Paul Properzio

Classical War and Modern Peace

The Congregational Church of Patchogue presents The Apology of Socrates Featuring Yiannis Simonides-27 October 2007-Patchogue, NY. For more information Click here (pdf)

Constantine the Great Celebrated in York (UK) Exhibition 1700 Years On

Demotic vs Katharevousa

Dr. Anna Marguerite McCann, International Expert in Marine Archaelogy, Lectures to Capacity Crowd in New Hampshire

Dr. Bernard Knox to Deliver Rouman Classical Lecture at UNH

Dr. Christine Kondoleon Speaks at UNH

Dr. Paul Properzio Appointed to APA Editorial Board of Amphora Journal

The Drinking Parties--Symposiums in Ancient Greece

Drinking The Sun and Reading the Marbles

The Greatest Greeks of Antiquity

Greece Gets Rare Roman Coin Back

Greece Looks to Ancient Writers to Reforest Olympia

The Greek and Byzantine Roots of Palermo

Greek Ambassador Alexandros Mallias to Deliver Major Address at University of New Hampshire: "Greek-U.S. Strategic Partnership in Southeastern Europe and Beyond"

Greek Ambassador Alexandros Mallias Visits University of New Hampshire and State Capitol

Greek Archaeologists Unearth Ancient City Fortifications on Crete

Greek Classical Period: Idea or Reality?

A Greek Tragedy Enough, Abundant and the Non-Existent Wisdom

Greeks Going East

Government Unveils Plan to Upgrade Ancient Olympia

The Greatest Greeks of Antiquity

Greece to Open Acropolis Museum in June; Will Contain Over 4,000 Ancient Works

Hellenic Society Paideia Funds New Course at University of New Hampshire

Hellenic Society Paideia of New Hampshire to Sponsor Presentation of Plato's The Apology of Socrates on 9 March 2007 [PDF file] To view flyer, click here [PDF file]

Help Save Ancient Temple of Artemis Agrotera in Athens from Imminent Destruction

Hippocrates and Healthcare

Homer's Iliad Offers Valuable Lessons in Leadership to Modern Warriors - Part 1 of 2

Homer's Iliad Offers Valuable Lessons in Leadership to Modern Warriors - Part 2 of 2

Homeric Days in Kos at Hippokratia Festival 2010

An Invitation from Athena

Island Palace Linked to Ajax

Italy Teams With Greece to Reclaim Antiquities

John C. Rouman Classical Lecture Series and the Christos and Mary Papoutsy Charitable Foundation Present Ambassador Alexandros Mallias at UNH-4 December 2007 Click here to view and download flyer (pdf file)

The John C. Rouman Classical Lecture Series at UNH is Pleased to Announce its Fall 2008 Lecture: Pericles the Squill-Head Political Humor in the World's First Democracy by Jeffrey Henderson-22 October 2008, Murkland Hall, The University of New Hampshire

John C. Rouman Classical Lecture Series at UNH--Lecture by Dr.Christine Kondoleon of Boston Museum of Fine Arts--18 October 2006, 7:30pm.

Jonathan Shay to Lecture at UNH

Laokoon: The Reading of a Masterpiece

Learning from the Ancient Greeks-by Janani Harish

Lecture by Christine Kondoleon to be Given on 18 October 2006 at UNH: "From House to Church: Charting the Course of Artistic Transformations in Early Byzantine Art" [flyer]

Legendary British documentary filmmaker and historian Michael Wood to visit the University of New Hampshire for the John C. Rouman Classical Lecture Series--October 22-26, 2007. View brochure.

"Let him be called Hellene!" The last interview with Professor C.M. Woodhouse

Let's Stop the Looting of Treasures

Lifestyle of the Ordinary Ancient Greek

Lombardo Brings Ancient Times to Life

Lynn Sherr of ABC News 20/20 to Speak at UNH in Durham

Lynn Sherr Thrills Crowd with Lecture on Greek Studies

Macedonians in the Ancient Olympiads

The Marbles - Elgin or Parthenon?

Marbles May Go Back to Greece After 200 Years

Mary Papoutsy to Speak at Annual CANE Meeting 2014: "An Overview of Archaeological Sites on Lesbos"

Maryfest: Celebrating the Career of Mary Lefkowitz

Metropolitan Museum to Unveil New Greek and Roman Galleries

Miletus:  The Cradle of Western Philosophy

Mitsotakis Chair at Stanford University to Speak at UNH. Dr Josiah Ober to Deliver Lecture for John C. Rouman Classical Lecture Series: "What is Democracy? What is it Good for?"

Nicephorus Bryennius and Anna Comnena: The "Roman" Xenophon and Thucydides of Eleventh- and Twelfth-Century Constantinople

New Greek-English/English Greek Electronic Lexicon

Noted Author and Scholar of Stanford, Dr. Adrienne Mayor, to Speak at University of New Hampshire on 21 October 2010.

Noted Classicist Kurt Raaflaub to Deliver Two Lectures at Florida Atlantic University

Odysseus' Homecoming

Odysseus in America Documentary Now in Production

Olympia Goes Back to its Roots

On Adapting Ancient Greek Text to Modern Television

Onassis Foundation to Launch Major Exhibition on Women Worshiping Women: Ritual and Reality in Classical Athens

The Origin of Europe is Greek: the Name Derives From Ancient Greek [in French]

A Parnassian Chronicle

Patara Journal - A congress, Buried in the Sand, Inspired One on a Hill

Professor Ewen Bowie of Oxford University Speaks at the University of New Hampshire

Professor John C. Rouman Lecture Series

Prominent Scientist Pens Open Letter to Humanities-Cutting University President

Propylaia to the Athenian Acropoli

'Radically New' Greek Dictionary on Course for Completion

Rare Discovery Found in Argos, Greece

A Rich Greek Archaeology Frontier Lying Underwater

A River Runs Through It: Athens' Ancient Graveyard

Rouman Board Announces Two Lectures in 2006 and Series of Decennial Anniversary Events

Roman Chariots Unearthed in Thrace

Roman Shipwrecks from the Wine-Dark Sea

Salamis, Tarts, Paedophilia and Pornikotelos

Sappho Translations

Smuggled Ancient Coin Returns to Greece

Sophocles Antigone

Sound of Long-Lost Ancient Greek Instruments Recreated by Computer Experts

Summer Institute of CANE (Classical Association of New England) at Brown University 15-20 July 2013

Summer Workshop in Rome about Latin and the Classical World, Designed for Elementary- and Middle-School Teachers

A Timely Recapitulation, With Some Help From Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle

U. Michigan article

University of New Hampshire Announces 15th Anniversary Celebration of the John C. Rouman Classical Lecture Series October 23-25, 2013. View and download flyer (PDF).

University of New Hampshire Lecture Series Established by Papoutsy Foundation Announces Tenth Anniversary Celebration: Michael Wood to Visit UNH

Uruguay Sings Homer [English]
[Click here for Greek]

Vanderbilt Professor Unlocks Door to Ancient Greek Houses

Victor Hanson Speaks at University of New Hampshire

Visiting Professor at Annapolis to Speak at UNH

A War Like No Other: An Interview with Victor Davis Hanson

Why in Heaven's Name are you Majoring in Greek?

Why Study the Greeks? Check the Map

Why the Classics?

Why the Greeks Matter

Worcester Art Museum

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