Bestiaria Latina Blog
Bestiaria is Laura Gibbs' blog. She teaches online courses in mythology and folklore and the items she blogs draw from this interest.
Bread and Circuses
This is Adrian Murdoch's late antiquity blog. Murdoch has written The Last Pagan: Julian the Apostate and the Death of the Ancient World, Rome's Greatest Defeat, and The Art of War. His blog was closed down for about a year, but is back up as of fall 2008.
Debra Hamel describes her own blog, "blogographos is a public blog to which anyone interested in Greek and Roman antiquity may post. This means interested laymen as well as professional classicists and students. This blog is not intended as a challenge to the resources for classicists currently available . . . but rather as a complement."
"Current Epigraphy reports news and events in Greek and Latin epigraphy."
Hypotyposeis is run by the author of The Gospel Hoax and covers topics in Biblical Studies, including a blog about the Googling frequency of individual Biblical verses.
Mary Beard Weblog - A Don's Life
Mary Beard is a professor in classics at the University of Cambridge and the classics editor of the Times Literary Supplement, as well as a "wickedly subversive commentator."
Described as a weblog on Ancient Judaism and its context, this blog keeps abreast of ancient Judaism and ancient semitic groups as they crop up in the news.
As it styles itself: "Your antidote to cyber-twaddle and misguided research about the ancient world."
PhDiva is Dorothy King's blog. Her blog topics range from modern politics to ancient archaeology.
The Rogue Classicist has a run down of classics-related material in the news.
Roman History Books and More
Irene Hahn's blog's title says it all. In addition to hosting twice monthly Roman history book chats, Irene researches and writes up the answers to questions that come up during the discussions or in her own reading of Roman history.
The Latin Zone
Ginny Lindzey runs Lindsay Davis' website, and is also a Latin teacher. Her website is on the topic of teaching Latin. She muses about how to make Latin do more than just barely survive when it faces all sorts of obstacles in the shool system.
What's New in Papyrology
"Recent publications of papyri & ostraca 4th BC-8th AD; conferences, lectures etc. from Papy-L and other sources."