Brian Sparkes (one time of Southampton University) has the following on offer, due to a house move. If you’re interested, please contact him directly at email@example.com. There are many other titles available, if there’s something you’re looking for. CLASSICS BOOKS FOR SALE Order from Brian A. Sparkes, 16 Leigh Road, Highfield, Southampton SO17 1EF firstname.lastname@example.org […]
Prospettiva Art Tours, set up and run by ancient historians, offers a series of virtual tours/online lectures on a wide array of topics on the ancient world or the reception of Rome in the Renaissance. We are currently concluding a series on Rome, which will be followed by lectures on Venice, the Veneto and Pompeii. […]
Ollie Thicknesse takes over the editorship of Quinquennium for a year. For the latest, visit…
News of a kickstarter project… Hi Steve, I came across The Classics Library via twitter and wanted to reach out – as a former Classics major it’s always nice to see my favorite subject thrive (which it really seems to on twitter)! I am writing in regards to a project I’ve been working on for […]
‘Race and Ethnicity in Antiquity’ by Professor Naoise Mac Sweeney Wednesday 23 September at 17:00 (Online Lecture) We are pleased to invite you to attend an online lecture on the theme of race and ethnicity in the ancient world by Professor Naoise Mac Sweeney of the University of Leicester’s School of Archaeology and Ancient History. […]
Dates & Times Saturday 3rd – 31st October 2020 (5 weeks) | Saturdays from 13:00-14:00 BST via Zoom. Overview A fun, fast-paced and supportive introduction to Latin based on the current GCSE language component (OCR). This Saturday course will provide a great foundation for students interested in learning or revising Latin alongside their main studies, building the tools for self-study and gaining an insight […]
Over the last couple of years, Lix Gloyn (of RHUL) has been contributing to the resources available to teacher of A Level Classical Civilisation and the ‘Love and Relationships’ module, specifically content related to Seneca. She posts these on her popular blog, but has also asked the Classics Library site to host links to them […]
The following books are available through Oxfam’s website. They’re all review copies or never/little-used and are pristine or as good as. Please, if you’re interested, visit the site and purchase. Delivery is FREE!
The following books are free to a good home (will likely need collection, unless you arrange payment for postage). Contact Brian (Brian Farrell email@example.com) if you’re interested!
Watch this space! Some exciting and very welcome news from Sarah and John at Hellene Travel… “Sending Positive Thoughts for the New Academic Year. We’ll be here when you need us.” Sarah and John