Links 12 August

Here’s some of the interesting Classics-related items we’ve discovered over the last few weeks!
The Washington Post has a story on the Active Latin movement.
Pelagios has an incredible Digital Atlas of the Roman Empire.
The Telegraph shares a story about a photographer’s controversial take on the Riace Bronzes.
Like Legos? Perhaps you’ll enjoy this YouTube video reenacting the Battle of Asculum (warning – the action is very visceral).

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