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Stand and deliver: public speaking and democracy

Have you ever heard the words 'Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears'? They come from the great orator Mark Antony talking about the death of Caesar in Shakespeare's play 'Julius Caesar'. Listen to this audio interview with classics scholar Dr Kathryn Welch to find out what we can learn from the first public speakers, ...

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Streetmuseum: Londinium - iTunes app

View locations from Roman London where you can ‘excavate’ finds, using your fingers to dig and gradually reveal ancient artifacts where they were originally found. Key Roman London sites, such as the amphitheater and Temple of Mithras, have been brought to life through soundscapes and augmented reality video, showing scenes ...

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Naachtun: lost city of the Maya

This resource is about the Mayan city of Naachtun rediscovered by archaeologists in 1922. It provides background material on the archaeological visits to the Mayan site from 1922 through to 2002, and describes the remnants of the structures and artefacts of the city, including stone monuments carved with hieroglyphic inscriptions ...

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QED: Cosmo's Casebook

QED: Cosmo's Casebook is a mystery-adventure game set in Ancient Rome, during the final decades of the Roman Republic. Part-gumshoe mystery, part-courtroom drama: QED: Cosmo's Casebook presents three exciting cases which take you from the glittering heights to the stinky depths of Roman society. Have you got what it takes ...