Visiting Students who apply for ‘Classics’ will be able to select their options from a wide range of courses available in the field of Classical Languages and Literature, Ancient History, and Classical Archaeology. Please review the range of courses on offer below.
Greek Literature of the Fifth Century BC*
Latin Literature of the First Century BC*
Early Greek Hexameter Poetry (Homer, Homeric Hymns, Hesiod, Epic Cycle)
Catullus & Propertius
Petronius & Juvenal
*These subjects require some prior background in the study of classical literature and a linguistic level above intermediate. They also cannot be offered as a minor subject.
Athenian Democracy in the Classical Age
The Greek World, 479-403 BC
Alexander the Great and his Early Successors
Roman History, 146-46 BC
Roman History, 46 BC – 54 AD
Roman History, 54 – 138 AD
Tacitus and Tiberius
Cicero & Catiline
Religions in the Greek and Roman World from c. 31 BC to AD 312
Greek Art and Archaeology from c. 500 to 300 BC
Art under the Roman Empire, AD 14-337
Advice on submitted written work
Preferably an essay on a Classical subject of more than 1500 words. Please DO NOT provide multiple choice tests or translation exercises.