A note on notes

I had a Greek exam today. I didn’t know my οις from my ους. Whoops. The good news is that it’s only worth ten percent and that component was only worth one tenth of ten percent. I don’t think there’s any bad news.

For anybody out there who is remotely interested – I’ve set up a tumblog for my lecture notes. I’ve only put a couple of things up so far, but I’ll be putting them all online in the next day or so. It’s almost entirely unedited stream of consciousness type stuff – but it may be useful if you’re a QTC student or have an interest in first century Roman culture… There are no Hebrew notes – they are too hard to type.

Check it.