Mirabile (et horribile) Dictu! Sententiae Antiquae is looking for Roman Correspondents

If you’d like to contribute some quotations and translations to Sententiae Antiquae email the editor (joel.christensen@utsa.edu) or contact us through twitter (@sentantiq). We are especially interested in new Roman Correspondents but we’re happy to have suggestions for and translations of both relatively well-known passages from the ancient world and some of the rarer and stranger remnants.

Anyone who is interested in a more sustained engagement with the project is also encouraged to contact us. We are especially eager to hear from potential correspondents who can help rectify our Latin deficiencies and who are interested in the phenomena of quotation and translation themselves.

Potential correspondents should send along an explanation of why they’d like to join in and some examples of selections and translations.

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