Course image CX101/CX201/CX301:Latin Language and Literature 2021/22
Course image CX102: Introduction to Greek and Roman History 2021/22
Course image CX106/CX206/CX306:Greek Literary Texts 2021/22
Course image CX109: Greek Culture and Society 2021/22
Course image CX110: Roman Culture and Society 2021/22
Course image CX115/CX215/CX315: Latin Language 2021/22
Course image CX120/CX220/CX320: Greek Language 2021/22
Course image CX126/CX226/CX326:Greek Language and Literature 2021/22

This module builds upon the Greek Language CX120 module and gives the opportunity to read continuous passages of original authors. Students need to have a sound basis in the language to enrol on the module: second-year students will need to have completed the Greek Language module in a satisfactory manner with a minimum of 70% overall, and/or demonstrate a suitable level in a placement test.


This module is also studied by first-year undergraduates who have studied Greek at GCSE level in the sixth form, or who have studied Greek at A level but did not achieve the A grade necessary for Greek Literary Texts. Anyone else who is interested should discuss their position with the module tutor.

Course image CX136/CX236/CX336:Latin Literary Texts 2021/22
Course image CX233/CX333:Principles and Methods of Classical Archaeology 2021/22
Course image CX244/CX344:The Roman Empire from Tiberius to Hadrian 2021/22
Course image CX247/CX347:Sexuality and Gender in Antiquity 2021/22
Course image CX251: The Hellenistic World 323 - 31BC 2021/22
Course image CX263/CX363:The Roman Empire from Antoninus to Constantine 2021/22

This module focuses on the history of the High Roman Empire, and political, cultural and social developments in Roman society in this period. In exploring this period of history, epigraphic, numismatic, textual, architectural and visual products of the ancient world will be explored. In addition to gaining an understanding of the major events of this period, students will be encouraged to consider the extent of communication between Rome and the provinces, Romanisation vs hybridisation, different imperial and provincial ideologies, as well as different literary genres and how to approach them.

Course image CX266/CX366:The Politics of Archaic and Classical Greek Literature: New Mythologies of the Social 2021/22
Course image CX274:Stories of Objects (Occurrence ACC) 2021/22
Course image CX276/CX376:Public Engagement in Classics and Ancient History 2021/22
Course image CX277/CX377:Greek Sanctuaries 2021/22
Course image CX278/CX378:Athens and Attica 2021/22
Course image CX279/CX379:Greek myth: narratives, sources, approaches 2021/22