About The APA’s Website
The images in the banner at the top of every page illustrate the Greek and Latin languages in different media. From top left by row, they are:
- A Roman sestertius (RIC II 549) from the reign of Trajan (source: Wikimedia Commons)
- A manuscript of Homer's Iliad (source: The Homer Multitext Project, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana)
- A fifth-century Athenian tetradrachm, SNG Copenhagen 39 (source: Wikimedia Commons, Classical Numismatic Group, Inc.)
- A manuscript (Vergilius Vaticanus) of Vergil's Georgics (source: Wikimedia Commons)
- A Greek inscription from Olympia (source: Samuel Kurland, from the APA's flickr site)
- A signature on an Attic black-figure olpe, 550–530 BC (source: Wikimedia Commons)
- A Roman mosaic, depicting Calliope and Homer (source: Wikimedia Commons)
- A Latin inscription (CIL VI 36896) from the portico of the Basilica Romanum in the Forum Romanum (source: Pramit Chaudhuri, Dartmouth College Department of Classics, from APA's flickr site)
The typeface in the banner is Adobe's TrajanPro, a font based on the inscription on the base of Trajan's Column.
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