2 Works in Homeros | Homer (c. 8th Century BCE)
(My Latin is terrible so if the title makes no sense, I apologise - it’s supposed to translate to, ‘Out from the light into the shade/darkness’.)
Based on a headcanon of Lucrezia chelidon's, and inspired by the song You Are My Sunshine. Ovid realises he's fallen in love with Catullus, but it turns out to be too late to tell him. Might not make sense if you're not familiar with some of the mechanics of the Dead Romans Society's world, so I recommend reading the comic before reading this. It can be found on chelidon's art blog, things-chelidon-draws. Although this fic is in the same universe as my previous Dead Romans works, it exists on a separate timeline and is therefore not part of the 'series' I am also writing!
Translation Error by fadeverb for BluWacky
Fandoms: Greek Prose Composition - M. A. North & A. E. Hillard, Classical Greece and Rome History & Literature RPF
21 Dec 2014
"'The Institute of Cross-Time Education welcomes you! You have been personally selected to take part in this exciting opportunity for cross-time exchanges of cultural knowledge and entertainment..."
And Professor North, the lucky classicist, is responsible for instructing the resulting set of extremely classic students.