lalumacavevatrecorna:

dall’anno scorso, a ogni sessione ho avuto circa un paio mesi per preparare questo esame. l’ho provato tre volte ma non sono mai riuscita a passarlo prima d’ora perché mi riducevo all’ultimo minuto e non riuscivo a studiare tutto il programma e mi ritiravo perché sapevo che non era abbastanza.

Non siamo nessuno per giudicare le opinioni di merda degli altri.
tagged: +queue 

That awkward moment when you realise that you made the silliest grammar mistake T.T
Just because you wanted to write some stuff fast D:

tagged: +Mary's sad 
You are so brave and quiet I forget you are suffering.
Ernest Hemingway (via aurelle) ←

bobbygio:

Jacques-Louis David - The Intervention of the Sabine Women (Detail), 1799

bobbygio:

Jacques-Louis David - The Intervention of the Sabine Women (Detail), 1799

tagged: +nice 
lalumacavevatrecorna:

cattedrale di aachen

lalumacavevatrecorna:

cattedrale di aachen

laevitere asked: From the high school's computer?? How come have you managed it? Mary you're da boss ✌️

Ehehe Religion’s prof (AKA Passarelli) was late (as usual) and my mates wanted to see how to use tumblr (because of an Art project) , soooo I showed them :D
You know, I’m such a rebel 😎

jinjerbredman:

I thought everyone already knew this :P

reblogging from high school’s computer like a boss

jinjerbredman:

I thought everyone already knew this :P

reblogging from high school’s computer like a boss

tagged: +yoooooo bro 
gaius-caecilius asked: favourite historical figure?

iclassics:

Okay I honestly cannot choose one. I mean, I love Sappho because she’s in fragments, I love Alexander the Great and how when I studied him in high school, if I didn’t go to the last week or so of the topic I would’ve idealised him and never thought of him as being a war criminal. I love Zeno of Elea because I like telling his arrow paradox to everyone I meet. I love Julius Caesar and how his assassination was something so profound and striking, I love Virgil because his Aeneid was the first thing I studied and that if Augustus wasn’t there to save it, the whole thing would’ve been lost. I just like the in between and finding the biases and the not-knowing that comes with studying Classics, and I love that we could be wrong but that we’re still trying. (:

Men are so quick to blame the gods: they say
that we devise their misery. But they
themselvesin their depravitydesign
grief greater than the griefs that fate assigns.
The Odyssey (via odysseusface) ←

tagged: +Odysseus  +queue