A Few New Online Resources

A Few New Online Resources

This last week or so brought these new resources for Classics teachers and students… A new series of In Our Time began with a look at the Iliad. Liz Gloyn wrote the first in a series of blog posts on Love and Relationships, a Classical Civilisation topic. Richard Alston has started a comprehensive site on […]

Greece vs Rome

Greece vs Rome

You are all welcome to bring your students to this event in Ashford, Kent on Friday 21st September 2018. Listen to the University of Kent’s Dr Rosie Wyles in combative debate with Dr Christopher Burden-Strevens over which was the greatest ancient civilisation. Free event. Contact pfound@nks.kent.sch.uk to reserve places.

JOB | Teacher of Classics, Solihull School

JOB | Teacher of Classics, Solihull School

A selective co-educational HMC day school with over 1000 pupils Teacher of Classics Full-time position from January 2019 We are seeking to recruit a well-qualified, enthusiastic and experienced graduate to teach Latin up to GCSE with the possibility of teaching A Level Latin and Classical Civilisation for the right candidate. The successful applicant will also […]

Cicero, Philippic 2: New FREE Commentary

Cicero, Philippic 2: New FREE Commentary

The following is a message from Open Book Publishers… I’m delighted to announce our latest Open Access release, Cicero, Philippic 2, 44-50, 78-92, 100-119. Latin Text, Study Aids with Vocabulary and Commentary, by Ingo Gildenhard. You can read and download it for free here but please consider purchasing our high-quality ebook or printed editions to […]

TimeTravelRome: a New App!

TimeTravelRome: a New App!

News of a new App! Android and iPhone! We are happy to introduce to you TimeTravelRome – a  mobile / digital solution for Roman history & literature students and teachers. TimeTravelRome is a unique mobile / tablet app covering thousands of monuments and places of the Roman Empire & hundreds of ancient texts. Roman sites […]