Dr Llewelyn Morgan from Brasenose College, Oxford will be giving a lecture on ‘Some Europeans in Afghanistan: the 19th and 20th Centuries and Antiquity’ at Hereford Cathedral School on the 15th March 2012. Please e-mail Emma Sage on email@example.com if you would like to attend.
NEW! Cicero in Verrem: Interactive Online Commentary! Forgive me if you know all about this, but now that people are coming back after half term, I thought it was worth highlighting again… Are you teaching Cicero in Verrem 2.1 to your AS Latin students? Are you using the new Gildenhard commentary, or considering using it? […]
Are you teaching Cicero in Verrem 2.1 to your AS Latin students? Are you using the new Gildenhard commentary, or considering using it? The Classics Library, Open Book Publishers, and Ingo Gildenhard are launching an online and fully-interactive version of the commentary! You can read the entire book online from any computer, tablet or smartphone […]
Wanted – A E Housman, Collected Classical Papers, 1972, hard back Is anyone able to help Bob…. I am keen to obtain one of these three-volume hard back sets (not the more recent stiff back versions). Via Amazon I traced two sets to second hand sellers in America, but each of them let me […]
Classics Play 2012 – ‘Medea’ by Euripides Thursday 22nd & Friday 23rd March 2012 Although it was first performed two-and-a-half millennia ago, Medea remains one of the most shocking tragedies of all time. It tells the story of a woman whose anger and vengeful pride drove her to commit the worst crime a woman can: […]
Lysistrata at The Ashcroft Theatre, Fairfield Hall, Croydon, 22-24 February – http://www.fairfield.co.uk/showSearch.php?searchtext=lysistrata&search=Search+for+Show
If you would be interested in some AS/A2 Ancient History tuition to a boy near Baker Street, London, please contact his father, Ram Dhillon at firstname.lastname@example.org. This would be home tutoring and the times/days are flexible.
From 23rd May to 20th June, matinees and evenings (not every day – check the link below for full details) Antigone by Sophocles in a version by Don Taylor Desperate to gain control over a city ravaged by civil war, Creon refuses to bury the body of Antigone’s rebellious brother. Outraged, she defies his edict. […]
Head of Classics – Information Sir William Perkins’s School is a high-performing independent school for approximately 560 girls aged 11 – 18. It was founded in 1725 and is now on an attractive 12 acre site situated on the outskirts of Chertsey, five minutes walk from the railway station and very near to the junction […]
Required for September 2012 A well qualified and enthusiastic classicist to join a large and lively department with an outstanding reputation, teaching Latin and Greek to GCSE, A Level and Oxbridge entrance. The position would suit a new graduate or an experienced teacher. Details of the role and how to apply are contained within the […]