Where Eagles Dare – Delphi at the Centre of the Ancient Mediterranean World, a Talk by Professor Michael Scott

Where Eagles Dare – Delphi at the Centre of the Ancient Mediterranean World, a Talk by Professor Michael Scott

Where Eagles Dare – Delphi at the Centre of the Ancient Mediterranean World with Historian, Broadcaster, Author Professor of Classics & Ancient History, University of Warwick Professor Michael Scott Thursday 10th January, 7pm AKS, Main Entrance, Clifton Drive South, Lytham St Annes FY8 1DT Lectures 7 – 8pm   Doors open at 6.15pm   Lytham St […]

The Birmingham and Midlands Classical Association Teachers’ Day, Saturday 2 February 2019

The Birmingham and Midlands Classical Association Teachers’ Day, Saturday 2 February 2019

The Birmingham and Midlands Classical Association would like to invite all teachers to their annual Teachers’ Day, which will be held in the Arts Building at the University of Birmingham. Please see the programme for the day below. Birmingham and Midlands Classical Association Teachers’ Day Saturday 2 February 2019 9.30-9.45:            Arrival, coffee and welcome […]

Classics Teach-Meet – Bristol

Classics Teach-Meet – Bristol

Classics Teach-Meet – Bristol 28 November 2018, 5.00 PM – 28 November 2018, 7.00 PM Old Council Chamber, Wills Memorial Building The Bristol Classics Hub is delighted to announce the second of two Classics Teach-Meets for primary and secondary teachers, this one for schools in and around Bristol. Through the hub, we aim to foster […]

Classics Teach-Meet – Bath

Classics Teach-Meet – Bath

Classics Teach-Meet – Bath 14 November 2018, 5.00 PM – 14 November 2018, 7.00 PM Royal High School, Bath The Bristol Classics Hub is delighted to announce the first of two Classics Teach-Meets for primary and secondary teachers, this one for schools in and around Bath. Through the hub, we aim to foster regional Classics […]

Egyptology and Assyriology Study Day at Emmanuel College, Cambridge

Egyptology and Assyriology Study Day at Emmanuel College, Cambridge

      Egypt and Mesopotamia (modern Iraq; ancient Sumer, Assyria and Babylon) bequeathed to posterity some of the most fascinating remains from all of the ancient world. At Cambridge, Egyptology and Assyriology are based in the Department of Archaeology where you can study the archaeology, cultures and languages of one or both of these fascinating ancient civilisations in all three […]