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… Has contributed to the latest volume of Mochlos. This is Mochlos IIC: Period IV. The Mycenaean Settlement and Cemetery: The Human Remains and Other Finds. A brief description of the book and a list of the rest of it’s contributors can be found here.
SALEM, Ore. —Alison Futrell, associate professor of Roman history at University of Arizona, will explore a number of representations of Boudica, from Roman to modern times on Nov. 10 at 7:30 p.m. in the Paulus Lecture Hall at the College of Law at Willamette University. Sponsored by the university’s Center for Ancient Studies and Archaeology and the Archaeological Institute of America, the lecture is free and open to the public.
Futrell’s lecture, “Remembering Boudica, Monuments of a Barbarian Queen”, will examine how the tribal queen Boudica, pushed beyond her limits by the excesses of the Roman colonizers, rose up to lead her people against the Roman Empire in A.D. 60. This revolt resulted in horrifying retributions that included the deaths of tens of thousands as multiple cities were burned to the ground (including what is now present day London). In the post-Roman period, Boudica became a key element in constructing British national identity.
Futrell’s research is guided by her interest in the symbols and rituals of power in the Roman Empire, with particular focus on the deployment of gender and material culture in imperial politics. She is the author of “Blood in the Arena: The Spectacle of Roman Power” and “The Roman Games: Historical Sources in Translation”. She has appeared in a number of documentaries for the History Channel and A & E, including “Hannibal”, “The True Story of Gladiators”, “Cleopatra’s World: Alexandria Revealed,” and, most recently, “Boudica: Warrior Queen”.
Books will be available for sale, and the lecture will be followed by a book signing. For more information, contact Andrea Foust at (503) 370-6654.
In BibleWorks 7, go to Tools: Options (at the bottom).
In the pop-up window, click on the “Fonts” tab.
In the section: “Font set to Edit,” check “Export Fonts” and “Activate Export Fonts.”
Make sure your font is set to Bwhebb or SBL Hebrew,
Copy and paste as usual.
BibleWorks is now available on five labeled computers on the LLC. You can use BibleWorks to search for a certain passage or word. Keep reading for instructions on how to search and set the search/display version. I’ll also show you how to conduct a word search in Hebrew.
As we all know, the LLC is now equipped with BibleWorks! Stop by and get to work on those translations- Keeping reading for LLC hours and help using BibleWorks (how to type Hebrew into the command line of a search)
Hello Hebrew students! Now that you all know exactly where the LLC is (thanks to our on-line meeting room class session!) you should know about some of the amazing Hebrew Resources the LLC has to offer…