Sign up for Fabulae Mythicae B or second half of Historia Apollonii

We’re wrapping up week four of the first 2022 term here at Piscina Mirabilis. Fabulae Mythicae is running in two four-week sessions (A and B) this term and the Fabulae Mythicae B class is starting in a week (February 8, 2022). If you’re on the fence about signing up, take a look at the sample chapters of Fabulae Mythicae (1-5) over on the projects page. If you can read through the first three or four chapters and understand them, you can jump right in. If you’d like some of the extra materials I’ve given to students to see if the B session is a good fit for you, please contact me.

If you’d like to start from the beginning, we’ll be starting another term in March or April, offering Fabulae Mythicae A and B again along side the next stages (C and D) for those who got started this term.

We may also extend the Historia Apollonii Regis Tyri intermediate class into the next term, but if you want to get in on it this term, there’s still time. We’ve covered chapters 1-10 so far, and are likely to cover 11-14 or so this week. You can download 1-10 on the projects page and, if you enroll, I’ll send you an updated PDF with the current chapters as well. Tuition to start next week will be pro-rated at $100 ($25/class). Please get in touch with any questions.

Neither of these what you’re looking for? The Medieval and Aethiopica classes didn’t run this term but I will consider running them next term. Alternatively, if you’re looking for something else you can give us your input by taking a few minutes to take this poll.

I look forward to seeing new and returning faces in the second half of this term and next term as well!

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