Okay. Okay. Okay. So those two modules are capped at 40%, which sucks, there was a lot of coursework that got disregarded and essentially we get punished for not passing an exam, a completely different method of assessment.
One of those modules will not count, and although my overall grade average is now low, if I work my arse off fourth year I can theoretically get a good degree mark.
This didn’t prevent the initial meltdown, I had to do some maths and email some teachers to get over that, but it’s doable.
when ur crush asks u who ur crush is
(Source: pugsmith, via flowerfrick)
stacysix said: I apologize if I misread the Tumblr attributions, but re: Brave/Rapunzel, I think you wrote "And of course, the former Romans living and working in Scotland at the time would have no written record of their activities or appearance because no one cared." Please google: Roman soldier letters. The first result I got was from a POC, and was quite cool. Then add "Scotland" to your search. Look for the Vindolanda Letters. Again, I'm sorry if I misattributed that statement to you. Thanks.
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OH MY GOD
THERE’S SO MUCH DOCUMENTATION
Incoming mail (tablet 346) is also revealing: ‘I have sent you … pairs of socks from Sattua, two pairs of sandals and two pairs of underpants.’ It was obviously a bit cold for soldiers on the north-west frontier of the Roman Empire.
THE SOCKS ARE STILL THERE:
They wore them with sandals, apparently, before they gave up and went to boots.
I JUST CANNOT…I HAD NO CLUE ABOUT ANY OF THIS.
THEY JUST KEEP FINDING THEM:
40,000+ ROMAN SOLDIERS IN SCOTLAND: WE’RE FREEZING PLEASE SEND MORE SOCKS.
THIS IS THE BEST WRONG I’VE EVER BEEN.
EVERYONE GO HOME, THIS IS THE GREATEST THAT TUMBLR WILL ACHIEVE
I think I need to reblog this because 1) it never fails to cheer me up, 2) you really have to SEE the socks for yourself and 3) this is still the best wrong I’ve ever been.
I wear socks with sandals. I used to think I was just fashion incompetent, but now I know I’m a historical re-enactor.