Antigone Journal

Today I would like to mention a very nice initiative from an enthusiastic and open-minded team of Classicists. They started a few months ago the Classics website Antigone. Please use this link https://antigonejournal.com to visit the site. It is really worth!

I felt very honoured when I was asked whether I would be interested in contributing with a piece to this blog and, of course, I accepted with great pleasure. The result was published last week!

I decided to present a fascinating ancient document on which I worked for several years. It is a single leaf from a parchment codex and it was discovered, as a palimpsest, in the Cairo Genizah at the end of the 19th century. Today it belongs to the University of Geneva, but you may read the rest of the story in my piece on the Antigone website here.

While doing so, please also explore the other contributions. They are amazing pieces that all demonstrate the relevance of Classics today!

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