Classical Iowa presents how the Greek and Roman world has influenced and continues to shape the cultural contours of our state. Future features will include photographic essays on classically influenced architecture, Herbert and Lou Henry Hoover's translation of De Re Metallica, and more.

What's in a Name: Iowa Cities with Classical Roots

Meet Jonathan Clark, AMICI Middle/High School Consul

Celebrating the Careers of three Iowa Latin teachers: Pat Burr, Vicki Campbell, and Mary Ann Harness

Cornell College Latin students visit virtual Rome

Novelist, Critic, Translator, and Historian: An Interview with Peter Green

150 Years of Classics at Cornell College

Roman Street Fair Kicks Off Art in Roman Life: Villa to Grave

Art in Roman Life: Villa to Grave: Installation Photos

Cyberspace Meets Classics in Iowa

 


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About AMICI | AMICI Mentoring Program | Benefits of Latin | Calendar of Events | Classical Iowa
Contests and Scholarships | Membership | Amicitia Newsletter | Resources for Teachers

Contact: John Gruber-Miller (AMICI Secretary-Treasurer)
Last Update: May 9, 2016 1:21 pm