I have just added the following resources to the Maia Atlantis feed aggregator:
title = Building Tabernae
url = http://buildingtabernae.org/
creators = Miko Flohr
license = None
description = About two years ago, I received a quarter million euro grant from the Dutch government for a four year project on urban commercial investment in Roman Italy, and a project blog was already in the proposal. The project – Building Tabernae – started April, 2013, and is now about to enter a new phase, in which some results will start emerging, and new data will be gathered. The blog, I hope, is a way to force the scholar in charge of this project – me – to record and communicate the project’s successes and failures, and everything else that one encounters when investigating commercial investment in Roman Italy, and to be available for discussion with specialists and non-specialists alike.
feed = http://buildingtabernae.org/feed/
title = Archaeology of Portus: Exploring the Lost Harbour of Ancient Rome
url = http://moocs.southampton.ac.uk/portus/
creators = University of Southampton and FutureLearn
license = None
description = The University of Southampton and FutureLearn are running a MOOC (Massive Open Online Course), focusing on the archaeological work in progress at the Roman site of Portus. It is one of a number of Southampton-based courses that will be made available for you to study online, for free, wherever they are based in the world, in partnership with FutureLearn.
feed = http://moocs.southampton.ac.uk/portus/feed/