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It’s 403 BC and an Athenian herald commences the democratic assembly with the customary prayer to the goddess Athena. He then sacrifices a pig and spreads its blood around the assembly. In this 2017 reenactment in Matthew Notarian’s 3-Week Classics course, history major Alyssa Osborne plays the part of the herald, Notarian doubles as Athena and a plush toy animal, with stuffing spilling out of its fresh cut, stands in for the pig.Read More
United States Army archaeologist Laurie Rush, Ph.D., will visit Hiram College March 1 to present “Preserving World Heritage in Times of Conflict.” Free and open to the public, the lecture begins at 4 p.m. at the Hiram College Library Prtichard Room.Read More