Ovid, Metamorphoses, 3.511-733. Latin Text with Introduction, Commentary, Glossary of Terms, Vocabulary Aid and Study Questions

Ovid, Metamorphoses, 3.511-733. Latin Text with Introduction, Commentary, Glossary of Terms, Vocabulary Aid and Study Questions

Open Book has just published a new Latin textbook, by Ingo Gildenhard and Andrew Zissos: Ovid, Metamorphoses, 3.511-733. Latin Text with Introduction, Commentary, Glossary of Terms, Vocabulary Aid and Study Questions (http://www.openbookpublishers.com/product/293). It’s FREE to read online, just like the other Open Book publications, and relatively cheap to purchase in various formats, including pdf.

Cambridge Greek Play 2016: Free Education Pack

Cambridge Greek Play 2016: Free Education Pack

News about this year’s Cambridge Greek Play… Dear Teachers, An education pack to accompany this year’s Cambridge Greek Play is now available, including plot synopses, previews of the production and a wide range of activities for individual and classroom use. The pack is free to download at www.cambridgegreekplay.com/teaching-the-play. The Cambridge Greek Play 2016 is a double […]

The Cambridge Greek Play 2016

The Cambridge Greek Play 2016

Tickets for the 2016 Cambridge Greek Play are on sale now at www.cambridgeartstheatre.com. A double bill of Sophocles’ Antigone and Aristophanes’ Lysistrata, it will be produced by the team responsible for the acclaimed productions of Agamemnon (2010) and Prometheus/Frogs (2013), with director Helen Eastman and original music composed by Alex Silverman. It runs for four […]

Medea the Film

Medea the Film

Calling all Classics departments! Follow @medeathefilm Medea the Film is an exciting project brought together by a team of classicists (led by Harry Tanner, Maria Overy and Eliza Vierny, from KCL) and filmmakers (Philippa and Chris, Westminster Uni of Film) to produce an original language film of Euripides’ Medea. The film will be performed entirely […]

Why Aegina? Far more than just ”The Invisible”: A Hellene Travel Blog Post

Why Aegina? Far more than just ”The Invisible”: A Hellene Travel Blog Post

Why Aegina? Far more than just ”The Invisible”   Soft breezes, peaceful with an absence of tourist throngs, Temples, museums, glorious long sandy beaches, Byzantine churches, traditional villages, fabulous food, a floating fruit and veg market, horse drawn carriages, sculpture and pottery workshops, wildlife sanctuary and hospital, even a camera obscura – and all within […]

‘Brexio, Brexis, Brexit: Globalisation, the Roman Republic.’ A blog post by Michael Murray.

‘Brexio, Brexis, Brexit: Globalisation, the Roman Republic.’ A blog post by Michael Murray.

Michael Murray of Churcher’s College, Petersfield has written the following topical blog post…   I come to bury Corbyn, not to praise him. The forces of globalisation left the Roman republican senate behind, our political parties face the same danger. ‘Et tu, Michael’, commented Stanley Johnson, Boris Johnson’s father, in response to Michael Gove’s leadership […]