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 […]

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 […]

Book Giveaway

Book Giveaway

St Mary’s Ascot has the following: 20 good quality used first edition ( unrevised) John Taylor Latin Beyond GCSE text books 20 Greek to GCSE Part 1 ( also unrevised, first editions, used and in fairly good condition) 23 Greek to GCSE Part 2 ( also unrevised, first edition, fairly good condition) And 6 Greek […]

Illustrated Classical Talks

Illustrated Classical Talks

Illustrated Classical Talks for School Assemblies Free talks given to School Assemblies on the Classical World. The talks have 3 purposes: (a) to generate interest in the classical world to large groups in whole-school/year-group assemblies (b) to persuade them of the continuing relevance of the classical world all around them (c) to encourage them to […]