Life and Latine
vintageanchorbooks:

“There’s no money in poetry, but there’s no poetry in money, either.” ― Robert GravesBritish poet and novelist Robert Graves, and author of I, Claudius and Claudius the God, was born today in 1895 (he died in 1985).

vintageanchorbooks:

“There’s no money in poetry, but there’s no poetry in money, either.”
― Robert Graves

British poet and novelist Robert Graves, and author of I, Claudius and Claudius the God, was born today in 1895 (he died in 1985).

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Quo Vadis (1951)

Quo Vadis (1951)

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interretialia:

I made these.  They are based on the posters that fandom-mused-fandom-games made.  The SPQR image is from here.

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ancientromebuildings:

Porta Triumphalis, Rome.
Victorious troops passed this gate while marching towards Forum Romanum.
July 2007

ancientromebuildings:

Porta Triumphalis, Rome.

Victorious troops passed this gate while marching towards Forum Romanum.

July 2007

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queergalaxies:

The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars, but in your punk ass, literal backstabbing self you little shit

(Source: andybot)

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o-eheu:

Tumblr posts + classics references

I may or may not have jumped on a certain bandwagon.

-Beniaminus

References (In case the pictures weren’t clear enough):

  1. Catullus 85, “Odi et amo…”
  2. Heracles
  3. Elagabalus
  4. Lesbia’s “sparrow”
  5. Adonis
  6. Augustus
  7. Narcissus
  8. Ares
  9. Euclid
  10. L. Caecilius Iucundus (Cambridge Latin Course)
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lana-loves-lingua-latina:

esneiratusfrater:

Heterosexual: Attracted to the opposite gender

Homosexual: Attracted to the same gender

Bisexual: Attracted to both genders

Romosexual: Attracted to Caesar

no romo

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lottereinigerforever:

Stephen Boyd in “Ben-Hur”

lottereinigerforever:

Stephen Boyd in “Ben-Hur”

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