Odyssey Book 21 – Part 8, Ancient Geek recap, and stuff…

It’s Odyssey Day!

The 8th part of Book 21 is now available – click here or the image snippet to see the whole thing. You’ll also be able to read the comic on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.

Thanks for reading!

The Ancient Geek podcast

The final episode of this first series went up last week! It has been an interesting experiment and mini-project overall, with around 500 total listens so far. The most popular episode was also the most serious – Episode 6, on ancient slavery and modern assumptions – but the most talked about online was the double-header on what people think they know about Pompeii! If you haven’t had a listen yet, you can now at the Ancient Geek page, or wherever you get your podcasts.

I write a reading list for every episode, and you might find the links interesting.

NB: These are Classroom-appropriate rants that aim to explain or clarify ideas and misconceptions in Classical Civilisation. You can see more details and find out how to listen at the main page here.

You want more? Find me on Instagram and Twitter!

I add bonus content to these accounts that doesn’t always make it to the main site – pictures and illustrations on Instagram and discussions on Twitter, as well as sharing the work of other Classics-themed artists and academics I find on each. If you’re on these platforms, why not come follow me and join in?

All the best, whatever lockdown, quarantine, or relative normalcy you may be in (you lucky, lucky folks!),

Jenks.

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