Reminder for Artefact to Art Competition deadline, next week Weds 17th April 2019.
Dear all, Due to popular demand, the deadline for submitting entries to the 2019 Artefact to Art competition has been extended. The new deadline is now Wednesday 17th April. The Artefact to Art competition, now in its second year, encourages children to engage creatively with antiquity. Stories, poems, and pieces of visual art around the […]
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 […]
Dear List Members, Call for Papers: FINAL REMINDER for the Classical Association Conference 2018, University of Leicester Friday 6-Monday 9 April 2018 **Deadline for submission of abstracts is 11.59pm BST on 31 August 2017** We welcome proposals for individual papers (of 20 minutes, to be followed by a 10 minute discussion) and co-ordinated panels (comprising three, four, or […]
See www.readingancientschoolroom.com for a unique opportunity to participate in an authentic re-enactment of an ancient Roman school, not only learning how to use papyri, wax tablets, and ostraca but also looking and acting like a Roman child while doing the school exercises that ancient children did. (Usually in English, but Latin is also available.) Various exercises to […]
Applications are now open for the EMACT 6th Form Classics Conference, to be held on Wednesday 10th February 2016 at Loughborough High School (between Leicester and Nottingham!). Please find the programme below – the cost is still only £5 per pupil (to include tea, coffee and biscuits!), staff are free; application forms and further details can […]
The School of Classics at the University of St Andrews is developing three sets of online resources for teachers and anyone with an interest in the Greeks and Romans. The first deals with aspects of Greek drama and is keyed to A-level/Highers syllabuses, the second deals with Trajan’s Column and the third presents recent research […]