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At 3:47am on December 24, 2007, Raphaela said…
Hi Zahra,

The Abelard extract isn't an isolated quote; I'm posting the entire Historia Calamitatum in bite-sized chunks as we work our way through it over on the LatinStudy list!
At 1:59pm on August 25, 2008, Andrew K-H said…
A very interesting web site. Since most people in our modern age are so illiterate when it comes to the classics, it can be a shock to see how closely the state of our 21st-century republic/empire resembles that of the reigning world power from two millennia ago. Do you think Cicero has a counterpart in the U.S. of today? Nader would be the only one I could think of, but the comparison is silly. Perhaps our present political milieu isn't one to create great figures.

Anyhow, keep it up.


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